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LG F1200 Owner's Manual
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Part No. MMBB0149802
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English
F1200
User Guide
Some of contents in this manual may differ from your
the phone or your service provider.
phone depending
on
the software of
Introduction
Congratulations
mobile
this
your
phone, designed
communication
This
on
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and to
to
of the advanced and
contains
operate with the latest digital mobile
important
information
Please read all the information
prevent any damage
modifications not
to
or
misuse of the
expressly approved
on
the
carefully
F1200 User Guide
use
for
and
operation
of
optimal performance
phone. Any changes
in this user's
warranty for this equipment.
2
compact F1200
technology.
guide
phone.
purchase
guide
or
could void your
Guidelines for safe and efficient
Read these
Further detailed information is
Exposure
Radio
to radio
phone
scientific
of all persons,
The radio
as
the
using
for exposure to radio
guidelines
that include
regardless
wave
illegal.
or
energy
Specific Absorption
model F1200 has been
safety requirement
dangerous
in this manual.
given
frequency
exposure and
wave
This mobile
the rules may be
simple guidelines. Breaking
use
Rate
designed
waves.
This
to
(SAR)
comply
information
with
requirement
to
safety margins designed
applicable
is based
assure
this
on
safety
of age and health.
exposure
guidelines employ
Specific Absorption Rate,
or
unit of measurement known
SAR. Tests for SAR
are
phone transmitting
at its
standardized method with the
certified power level in all used
a
frequency
conducted
highest
bands.
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various LG
phone models, they
exposure to radio
are
all
designed
ten
(10)
guidelines
for
waves.
The SAR limit recommended
Non-Ionizing
to meet the relevant
the International Commission
by
Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP),
which is
on
2W/kg averaged
over
gram of tissue.
The
highest
ear
is 0.888
SAR value for this model
phone
tested
by
DASY4 for
use
at the
W/kg (10g).
SAR data information for residents in
the SAR limit recommended
Engineers (IEEE),
that have
adopted
the Institute of Electrical and Electronics
by
which is 1.6
countries/regions
W/kg averaged
F1200 User Guide
over one
(1)
gram of tissue.
3
Guidelines for safe and efficient
Product
Use
Warning:
with this
The
use
care
and maintenance
only batteries, charger and
to the
applying
types may invalidate any approval
and may be
phone,
Keep
is
for
use
or
warranty
dangerous.
Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to
repair work
approved
model.
particular phone
of any other
accessories
qualified
a
service technician when
required.
away from electrical
appliance
such
as a
TV, radio
or
personal
computer.
The unit should be
kept
away from heat
sources
such
as
radiators
or
cookers.
Do not
drop.
Do not
subject
The
coating
this unit to mechanical vibration
of the
may be
phone
damaged
or
shock.
if covered with wrap
or
vinyl
wrapper.
Use
dry
cloth to clean the exterior of the unit.
(Do
not
use
solvent such
Do not
subject
Do not
keep
Do not
tap the
benzene, thinner
this unit to excessive smoke
the
the information
as
phone
on
the
screen
next to credit cards
or
dust.
or
or
alcohol.)
transport tickets; it
with
phone
Use the accessories like
4
affect
magnetic strips.
a
sharp object; otherwise,
phone.
Do not expose the
can
to
an
liquid
or
moisture.
earphone cautiously.
F1200 User Guide
it may
damage
the
use
Guidelines for safe and efficient
Efficient
To
phone operation
enjoy optimum performance
Hold the
phone
If your mobile
anyone's
use
as
you
speak
with minimum power
to any other
phone supports infrared,
consumption please:
telephone.
never
direct the infrared ray at
eye.
Electronics devices
All mobile
Do not
phones
get interference, which could affect performance.
may
your mobile
use
permission.
Avoid
phone
placing
the
near
medical
phone
equipment without requesting
the
over
pacemaker,
i.e. in your breast
pocket.
Some
hearing
aids
might
be disturbed
mobile
by
phones.
Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
Road
Safety
Check the laws and
regulations
the
on
use
of mobile
phones
in the
areas
when you drive.
Do not
use a
hand-held
Give full attention to
Use
a
driving.
hands-free kit, if available.
conditions
so
park
before
making
or
answering
a
call if
driving
require.
RF energy may affect
some
electronic
systems in your
motor vehicle such
stereo, safety equipment.
When your vehicle is
or
while
driving.
Pull off the road and
as car
phone
portable
wireless
equipped
equipment.
with
It
an
air
bag,
can cause
do not obstruct with installed
serious
injury
due to
improper
performance.
F1200 User Guide
5
Guidelines for safe and efficient
Blasting
Do not
use
use
area
the
where
phone
is in progress.
blasting
Observe restrictions, and follow any
regulations
rules.
or
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Do not
use
the
Do not
transport
phone
at
a
store flammable gas,
or
Don't
refueling point.
liquid,
use near
or
fuel
explosives
or
chemicals.
in the
compartment of your vehicle, which contains your mobile phone and
accessories.
In aircraft
Wireless devices
can cause
Turn off your mobile
Do not
use
it
on
the
interference in aircraft.
before
phone
ground
boarding
without
any aircraft.
permission.
crew
Children
the
Keep
phone
in
safe
a
which if detached may
Emergency
Emergency
place
cause a
never
depend solely
battery systems,
compromise
the
there is
no
the
battery
for emergency calls.
before
recharging.
memory effect that could
chargers.
LG
chargers
are
life.
Do not disassemble
6
phone
battery's performance.
LG batteries and
battery
the
care
completely discharge
Unlike other
the
on
provider.
information and
You do not need to
only
hazard.
calls may not be available under all cellular networks.
Check with your local service
Use
choking
parts
calls
Therefore, you should
Battery
out of children's reach. It includes small
or
short-circuit the
battery pack.
F1200 User Guide
designed
to maximize
Guidelines for safe and efficient
the metal contacts of the
Keep
Replace
The
the
battery when
may be
battery pack
it
no
battery pack
use
clean.
longer provides acceptable performance.
recharged
hundreds of times until it needs
replacing.
the
Recharge
battery
if it has not been used for
a
long
time to maximize
usability.
Do not expose the
humidity,
such
as
Do not leave the
direct
battery charger to
sunlight
or use
it in
high
the bathroom.
battery
in hot
or
cold
places,
this may deteriorate the
battery performance.
Batteries shall be
disposed
in accordance with the local
The socket-outlet used for the AC/DC
near
the
equipment
and shall be
povisions.
adaptor (power supply unit)
easily
shall be
accessible.
F1200 User Guide
7
Table ofContents
F1200 features
Parts of the
Display
Music
......................................................................................................
phone
..................................................................................................
information
player
...........................................................................................................
started
Getting
................................................................................................
.....................................................................................................
Installing
the SIM card and the
Charging
the
battery
Disconnecting
Turning
your
the
Access codes
Entering
Phonebook
In-call
or
Menu tree
Selecting
8
calls
...................................................................................
...........................................................................................................
.............................................................................................................
menu
Multiparty
...............................................................................
................................................................................................
answering
text
and off
...................................................................................................
General functions
and
on
.....................................................................................
.........................................................................................................
Barring password
Making
..............................................................................................
adapter
phone
battery pack...........................................................
...........................................................................................................
conference calls
................................................................................
..............................................................................................................
functions and
options
........................................................................
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16
18
19
19
21
22
23
23
24
25
25
27
30
30
32
34
36
Call
Manager [Menu-1]
Call
register [Menu-1-1]
Call
charges [Menu-1-2]
GPRS information
Call divert
barring
Call
waiting [Menu-1-6]
service
..............................................................................................
[Menu-2-5]
Tools
[Menu-3]
............................................................................................
...................................................................................................
.....................................................................................................
[Menu-3-1]
Calculator
[Menu-3-2]
Unit converter
............................................................................................
............................................................................................
[Menu-3-3]
watch
[Menu-3-4]
World time
[Menu-3-5]
Voice recorder
..........................................................................................
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37
39
40
41
42
42
43
43
45
45
49
50
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Favourites
Infrared
..........................................................................................
[Menu-2-3]
Memo
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[Menu-2-2]
[Menu-2-4]
Stop
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[Menu-2-1]
To-do
..............................................................................
(FDN) [Menu-1-7]
Organiser [Menu-2]
Alarm clock
................................................................................
[Menu-1-5]
Settings [Menu-1-8]
Scheduler
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Call
Phonebook
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[Menu-1-3]
[Menu-1-4]
Fixed dial number
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[Menu-3-6]
[Menu-3-7]
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Multimedia
Music
[Menu-4]
[Menu-4-1]
Karaoke
Games
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[Menu-4-2]
[Menu-4-3]
Games &
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Apps [Menu-4-4]
Messages [Menu-5]
Text messages
..............................................................................................
[Menu-5-1]
Multimedia messages
Voice messages
Info services
status
Camera
[Menu-6]
stuff
Images [Menu-7-1]
Sounds
[Menu-7-2]
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Applications [Menu-7-3]
Removable disk
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[Menu-6-3]
[Menu-7]
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picture [Menu-6-1]
status
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[Menu-5-6]
Gallery [Menu-6-2]
My
(MMS) [Menu-5-2]
[Menu-5-4]
Memory
Memory
....................................................................................
[Menu-5-3]
Templates [Menu-5-5]
Take
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[Menu-7-4]
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Service
[Menu-8]
Internet
[Menu-8-1]
SIM service
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[Menu-8-2]
Settings [Menu-9]
Sound
[Menu-9-1]
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Display [Menu-9-2]
Date & Time
.................................................................................................
[Menu-9-3]
Languages [Menu-9-4]
Security [Menu-9-5]
Network
GPRS
Reset
Q&A
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[Menu-9-6]
[Menu-9-7]
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settings [Menu-9-8]
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Accessories
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Technical data
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F1200 features
Parts of the
phone
Front view
1.
Up/down
side
keys
3. Front
4. Music
2.
1.
Speaker
Up/down
side
screen
player
hot
keys
5. Camera lens
keys
Press and hold down this
Controls the volume of
key to display the current time on the sub LCD.
keypad tone in standby mode with the clamshell
open.
Controls the
Controls the
2.
earpiece volume during a phone call.
volume during the playback of MP3 or games.
Speaker
3. Front
screen
4. Music
:
player
(on
the
hot
keys
playlist)
Moves the
(during the playback)
this key until you find
:
cursor
to the
the
spot you'd
key twice to activate the
displayed. (Note: When there is no
popped up
track.
Rewinds the current track. Press and hold down
Press this
is
previous
and goes back to
like to listen to.
music
music
player. The playlist is
in the playlist, "Playlist empty"
standby mode.)
Press
once
again
to
play
the music.
:
(on the playlist) Moves the cursor to the next track.
(during the playback) Fast forwards the current track.
down this
key
until you find the
spot you'd
Press and hold
like to listen to.
5. Camera lens
n Note Dirt
12
on
the
camera
lens could affect the
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image quality.
F1200 features
Right
side view
1. Headset
jack
2. Headset
jack
Connect
a
cover
headset to
to music without
3. Camera
enjoy listening
disturbing others.
key
Press and hold down this
activate the
camera
this
to take
use
4. IrDA
key
key
to
mode. Also
a
shot.
port
Rear view
1. Holes for
a
carrying
5.
strap
Battery
terminals
6.
Battery pack
7.
Battery
2. SIM card terminals
3. SIM card socket
4.
Battery
cover
latch
Press this button to
remove
and
the
battery
battery pack.
cover
8.
Charger connector/
Cable connector
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F1200 features
Open
1.
view
Earpiece
2. Main
screen
3. Confirm/Internet
4. Left soft
key
key
5. Music hot
8.
Navigation keys
9.
Right
soft
10. Camera
key
11. Clear
6. Send
key
key
key
key
12. End/Power
7.
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Special
function
keys
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key
13.
Alphanumeric
keys
14.
Microphone
F1200 features
1.
Earpiece
2. Main
and
pictures
status
Displays phone
screen:
icons,
menu
items, Web information,
in full colour.
more
3. Confirm/Internet
*
key: Selects menu options and confirms actions.
standby mode, holding this key down connects to the Internet.
In
4. 9. Left soft
indicated
5. Music hot
key / Right soft key: Each of these keys performs
by the text on the screen immediately above it.
key:
Accesses the Music
the function
menu.
6. Send
key: Dials a phone number and answers incoming calls. You can
also quickly access the latest incoming, outgoing and missed calls by
pressing the key in standby mode.
7.
function
Special
keys
:
A
long
press of this
key
activates/deactivates the
:
A
long
press of this
key
enters the international call character "+".
:
While
keying
in
phone number,
a
a
manner
press of this
long
key
mode.
enters
a
pause.
8.
Navigation keys:
can
also
use
Use to scroll
these
keys
for
Up navigation key (
Down
Left
through menus and move the cursor.
quick access to the following functions.
):
A shortcut
navigation key (
navigation key (
):
):
Right navigation key (
A shortcut
A shortcut
):
key
key
key
A shortcut
to the Favorites
to search the
to the Sound
key
You
menu.
phonebook.
menu.
to the message inbox.
10. Camera
key: Use for camera feature.
In standby mode, press this key once to go to the Camera menu. Long
press of this key directly opens the viewfinder. Then use this key to take
a
shot.
11. Clear
all
key: Deletes a character by each
input. Also use this key to go back to
12. End/Power
standby
13.
key:
Used to end
mode. Hold this
Alphanumeric keys:
key
call and also to go back to
down to turn the phone on/off.
a
call
press. Hold the key down to clear
the previous screen.
or
reject
a
Enter numbers, letters and
some
special
characters.
14.
Microphone:
Can be muted
during
a
call for
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privacy.
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F1200 features
Display
information
The table below describes various
the
phone's display
indicators
display
or
icons that appear
on
screen.
On-Screen Icons
Icon
Description
Indicates the
Indicates
strength
of the network
signal.
call is in progress.
a
Indicates that you
are
roaming
on
another network.
Indicates that GPRS service is available.
Indicates the alarm has been set and is
Indicates the status of the
on.
battery charge.
Indicates the
receipt
of
a
text message.
Indicates the
receipt
of
a
voice message.
Indicates the
receipt
of
a
multimedia message.
Indicates that Call divert function is activated.
Indicates the
receipt
Indicates that the
Indicates the
of
e-mail message.
an
mode is activated.
manner
Ring
is set
as
Indicates the Vibrate is set
Indicates the Silent is set
the call alert
as
as
type.
the call alert
the call alert
Indicates the
Ring
& vibration is set
Indicates the
Ring
after vibration is set
as
type.
type.
the call alert
as
type.
the call alert
type.
Indicates the Max.
Ring
& vibration is set
as
the call alert
type.
Indicates that you
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the
push
message service.
F1200 features
Icon
Description
Indicates that you have
day
in the schedule
Indicates that the
Indicates that you
a
schedule for the selected
menu.
phone
are
is
accessing
using
GPRS.
Indicates that you entered the
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the WAP.
security
page.
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F1200 features
Music
player
With the F1200 mobile
mobile handset. You
phone,
can
you have
enjoy
a
portable
music without
Press the
playlist
Using
/
to
play
player,
opening
the
is shown
on
keys,
want to start
music
listening
can
you
as
well
as a
phone.
the outer
screen.
select the track you
to. Press the
key again
the music.
Key features
?
(Short press) Skips
to the
previous
track.
?
(Long press)
track
during
Rewinds the current
the
playback.
?
(Short press) Plays/Pauses
?
(Short press) Skips
?
(Long press)
track
during
the music.
to the next track.
Fast forwards the current
the
playback.
Increases/decreases the volume level.
n Note If there is no MP3 file loaded on the phone, "Playlist empty" will be
popped up and go back to standby mode. To load music files onto
your phone, please see 'Transferring music files to the F1200' on
page 57.
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Getting
Installing
Make
sure
the SIM card and the
the power is off before you
1. Remove the
Press the
battery
battery
bottom of the
remove
battery pack
the
battery.
cover.
release latch and slide the
phone.
started
And
remove
the
battery
battery
cover
toward the
cover.
n Notice Removing the battery from the phone when the power is
cause
2. Remove the
the
phone
on
may
to malfunction.
battery.
Hold the bottom
edge
of the
battery
and lift the
battery from
the
battery
compartment.
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Getting
started
3. Install the SIM card.
Insert the SIM card into the holder. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card
holder. Make
contact
sure
area on
press down
that the SIM card is inserted
the card is
lightly
and
pull
facing
downwards. To
it in the
reverse
To insert the SIM card
n Note The metal
scratches.
Follow the
4. Install the
Insert the
battery
and that the
remove
gold
the SIM card,
direction.
To
contact of the SIM card
remove
can
be
the SIM card
easily damaged by
card while handling.
Pay special attention to the SIM
instructions supplied with the SIM card.
battery.
battery aligning
terminals
Push down the
20
properly
the
gold
(gold contacts)
contacts
in the
on
the
battery pack with
battery compartment.
top of the battery until it snaps into space.
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the
Getting
5.
Replace
Lay
the
the
battery
Charging
Only
use
battery
cover
the
the mains
started
cover.
in
place
of the
phone
and slide it until the latch clicks.
battery
adapter supplied
with your
phone.
1. With the
phone,
battery
in
position
the
connect the lead from the
mains
adapter
phone.
Make
to the bottom of the
sure
that the
the lead connector is
the front of the
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on
arrow on
facing
towards
phone.
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started
Getting
2. Connect the other end of the
adapter
to the power outlet.
"Charging"
with
and the
moving
while it's
battery
bars appear
indicator
on
the
screen
being charged.
n Note If the battery is totally discharged, it may take
a
few minutes before
this appears.
n Caution
Use of unauthorised accessories could
your
damage
your
damage
the
and invalidate
phone
warranty.
Do not force the connector
as
this may
phone
and/or the mains
adapter.
Disconnecting
the
adapter
1. When
bars of the
is
2.
is finished, the
charging
displayed
Unplug
the
icon
battery
on
the
moving
stop and 'Full'
screen.
adapter from
outlet. Disconnect the
the power
adapter from
the grey tabs
phone by pressing
both sides of the connector and
the
on
pull
the connector out.
n Note
Ensure the
Do not
In the
and
remove
case
on
the
using
reattaching
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battery
the
is
fully charged
battery
battery
is not
the power
the
or
key,
before first
SIM card while
using
the
charging.
turn the
properly charged, please
then
recharge
battery, please recharge
the
the
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phone.
battery.
battery.
After
phone
off
detaching
and
Getting
Turning
Turning
1. Install
a
source
car
as
the mains
kit. Or install
for
Depending
and off
to the handset and connect the
battery
such
on
ON
phone
your
2. Press
3.
phone
your
the status of the PIN code
on
to
external power
an
or
hands-free
to the handset.
few seconds until the LCD
a
phone
adapter, cigarette lighter adapter
charged battery pack
a
started
screen
is turned
on.
request setting you may need
to
enter your PIN code.
Turning
Press
phone
your
for
a
OFF
few seconds until the LCD
screen
is turned off.
Access codes
You
use
can use
of your
the
phone.
The PIN
against
(4
The
the
changed by using
PIN code
codes described in this section to avoid unauthorised
access
to 8
(Personal
Change
use.
code every time the
phone
Disable, your phone
(4
The PIN2 code,
such
as
to 8
These functions
are
PUK and PUK2
[Menu-9-5-3].
code
codes)
can
be
See page 91.
set to
protects your SIM card
usually supplied
with the SIM card.
Enable, your phone will request the PIN
is switched
on.
When the PIN code
connects to the network
directly
request is
set
without the PIN code.
digits)
supplied
Advice of Call
Number)
The PIN code is
request is
PIN2 code
codes feature
Identification
unauthorised
(except
digits)
When the PIN code
to
codes
access
with
some
Charge
only
SIM cards, is
required
to
access
functions
and Fixed dial number.
available if
supported by
your SIM card. Check with
your network for further information.
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started
Getting
PUK code
The PUK
to 8
(4
digits)
(PIN Unblocking Key)
code. The PUK code may be
network
code is
supplied
to
required
change
a
blocked PIN
with the SIM card. If not, contact your
operator for the code. If you lose the code, also
contact your network
operator.
PUK2 code
(4
The PUK2 code,
to 8
digits)
with
supplied
SIM cards, is
some
required
to
change
blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the code, also contact your network
Security
The
code
security
security
phone
code
(4
to 8
protects the unauthorised
code is set to '0000' and the
required
unauthorised
to enable
use
modified from the
of the
or
operator.
digits)
disable the
phone.
The
Security settings
of your
use
security
entries and to activate the Reset
code is
a
code is
settings
phone
phone.
required
menu.
to delete all
Also, the security
lock function to
code default
security
The default
prevent
setting
can
be
menu.
Barring password
The
barring password
You obtain the
is
password
required
when you
use
from your network
barring
function.
operator when you subscribe
this function. See page 42 for further details.
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the Call
F1200 User Guide
to
General functions
and
Making
Making
answering
calls
call
a
1. Make
sure
2. Enter
a
is switched
phone
your
phone number, including
on.
the
area
code. To edit
LCD screen, press the
desired
a
position
or
right/left navigation keys
simply press the clear key (
move
)
the
to
on
the
to the
cursor
erase one
digit
at
time.
] Press and hold the clear key (
3. Press the send
key (
also end the call
Making
call
a
key (
)
the send
standby mode, press the send key (
outgoing and missed phone numbers will
3. Press
Making
or
the
an
2. Enter the
by using
the
You
can
up/down navigation key.
selects the international
area
access
prefix.
The '+'character
code.
code, and the phone number.
.
a
call
When you have finished your call, press the end
a
call from the
can save
looking
key.
), and the latest incoming,
be displayed.
for the international
key
country code,
3. Press
and/or
soft
international call
automatically
Making
right
.
1. Press and hold the
Ending
the entire number.
key
1. In
2. Select the desired number
erase
the folder.
by closing
using
to
)
to call the number.
)
4. To end the call, press the end
You
to
number
a
phone
the
names
and
Phonebook feature,
name
please
).
phonebook
phone
numbers dialled
memory, which is Phonebook. You
up the desired
key (
can
regularly
dial
a
in the SIM card
number
in the Phonebook. For further details
by simply
on
the
refer to page 45-48.
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General functions
Adjusting
the volume
If you want to
adjust
Press the up side
the
key
earpiece
volume
during
call,
a
to increase and down side
use
the side
keys (
).
to decrease the volume.
key
n Note In standby mode, pressing the side keys adjusts the key
tone
volume.
Answering
call
a
When you receive
caller's
phone
displayed.
1. To
number
This
the
as
(or
name
incoming call,
and
image
open the
if saved in the
be identified, the
phonebook)
phone. (When Flip
mode. See page 43
answer
can
is
the Photo Caller ID feature.
phone supports
answer an
set
call, the phone rings. If the caller
a
open has been
[Menu-1-8-1].)
n Note
If
Any key
will
has been set
answer a
] To reject
call
an
answer
except for the
incoming call,
left side of the
] You
the
as
phone
can answer a
or
mode
the
right
press and hold
without
call while
opening
using
(see
the
page
soft
43),
press
key.
of the side
one
key
any
keys
on
the
phone.
the Phonebook
or
other
menu
features.
2. To end the call, close the
Manner mode
You
after
can
the
or
press the
key.
(Quick)
activate the
opening
phone
manner
mode
by pressing
and
holding
down the
key
phone.
Signal strength
You
can
the LCD
check the
screen
of your
buildings. Moving
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strength
near
of your
signal by
the
phone. Signal strength
to
a
window may
signal
can
indicator
vary,
particularly
improve reception.
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(
)
on
inside
General functions
text
Entering
You
For
can
enter
alphanumeric
example, storing
personal greeting
or
names
characters
in the
the
using
phone's keypad.
phonebook, writing
a
message,
events in the calendar all
scheduling
creating
a
require entering
text.
The
text
following
input
methods
are
available in the
phone.
T9 mode
This mode lets you enter words with
Each
key
the
on
automatically
keypad
has
more
only
than
one
keystrokes
compares your
determine the correct word, thus
letter. The T9 mode
with
requiring
per letter.
keystroke
one
internal
an
far fewer
the traditional ABC mode. This is sometimes known
dictionary
keystrokes
as
to
than
predictive
text.
ABC mode
This mode lets you enter letters
required
by pressing
letter once, twice, three times
the
or more
key
labeled with the
until the letter is
displayed.
123 mode
Type
(Number mode)
numbers
mode in
text
a
using
one
keystroke
per number. To
entry field, press the
key
change
to 123
until 123 mode is
displayed.
Changing
the text
input
mode
1. When you
are
in
a
field that allows
characters to be entered, you will notice
the text
right
2.
input
corner
Change
.
mode indicator in the lower
of the LCD
the text
You
can
input
text
input
mode
mode
by pressing
check the current text
mode in the lower
]
screen.
right
corner
input
of the LCD
screen.
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General functions
Using
The T9
the T9 mode
predictive
number of
text
mode lets you enter words
input
presses. As you press each
key
the characters that it thinks you
1. When you
are
in the T9
The word
changes
the word is
based
on
the built-in
input mode,
Press
one
key
letters
are
with
phone begins
text
.
as
the
predictive
to
pressing keys
typing
are
key,
easily
start
minimum
a
to
display
dictionary.
entering
a
word
by
per letter.
typed. Ignore
what's
on
the
screen
until
typed completely.
If the word is still incorrect after
navigation key
once or more
typing completely,
to
press the down
the other word
cycle through
options.
n Example
Press
to
Press
[Down navigation key]
If the desired word is
missing
type Good.
to
type Home.
from the word choice list, add it
using
the
ABC mode.
You
can
select the
[Options],
then select T9
mode. You
setting
on
language
can
the
languages.
Complete
Select the desired
also turn off the T9 mode
phone
by selecting
key
language
of T9
T9 off. The default
is T9 enabled mode.
2. Enter the whole word before
3.
of the T9 mode. Press the left soft
each word with
a
] To delete letters, press
editing
space
.
or
deleting
by pressing
any
keystrokes.
the
key.
Press and hold down
to
erase
entire words.
n Note To exit from the
.
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The
text
phone
input
mode without
goes back to
standby
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saving
mode.
your
input,
press
General functions
Using
the ABC mode
Use the
to
1. Press the
key
keys
to enter your text.
labeled with the
required
letter:
Once for the first letter
Twice for the second letter
Andsoon
2. To insert
space, press the
a
key.
key
once.
To delete letters, press the
Press and hold down the
to clear the whole
key
display.
n Note
Refer to the table below for
using
the
more
information
on
the characters available
alphanumeric keys.
Characters in the order
Key
Upper
.
,
display
Lower
case
-?!'@:1
.
,
case
-?!'@:1
ABC2
abc2
DEF3
def3
GHI4
ghi4
JKL5
jkl5
MNO6
mno6
PQRS7
pqrs7
TUV8
tuv8
WXYZ9
wxyz9
Space key,
0
(Long press)
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Space key,
0
(Long press)
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General functions
Using
the 123
mode
(Number)
The 123 mode enables you to enter numbers in
text message
a
(a telephone
number, for example).
Press the
keys corresponding
back to the
appropriate
text
to the
before
required digits
manually switching
entry mode.
Phonebook
You
can
store
phone
numbers and their
of your SIM card. In addition, you
the
phone
(Refer to
In-call
Your
menu
in the memory
store up to 255 numbers and
names
in
both used in the
are
page 45-48 for
way in the Phonebook
same
details).
menu
access
During
The
phone
phone provides
call. To
names
memory.
The SIM card and
menu.
can
corresponding
a
number of control functions that you
these functions
during
a
during
can use
a
call, press the left soft key [Options].
call
displayed
default main
a
menu
on
the handset
screen
when in
displayed
during
a
standby mode,
call is different to the
and the
options
are
described below.
Making
You
can
a
get
second call
a
call. Press the
into the
(Network dependent)
number you wish to dial from the
right
soft
key
phonebook during
a
phonebook
then select Search. To
save
to make
a
the dialled number
call, press the right soft key then select Add
new.
Switching
between two calls
To switch between two calls, press the left soft
30
second
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key
then select
Swap.
General functions
Answering
To
incoming
answer an
already
that
a
call when the handset is
The handset is also able to
key.
are
second call is
deactivate it,
Call
see
waiting [Menu-1-6]
second, by pressing
You
key
can
and the
Call
as
supports it. For details of how
is activated, you
waiting
incoming
an
earpiece,
This feature, known
waiting.
ringing, simply
you of
warn
call. A tone sounds in the
on a
available if your network
If Call
call
incoming
an
or
can
end the current call and
answer
left soft
the
call while you
will show
display
waiting,
is
only
to activate and
page 42.
on
put the first call
by selecting
press the
on
key,
waiting
hold and
answer
the
then Hold & Answer.
call
by selecting
left soft
and then End & Answer.
Rejecting
You
can
reject
an
key. During
soft
call
incoming
an
incoming
call, you
a
and
key [Menu] key
call without
reject
can
selecting
answering by simply pressing
an
incoming
call
the Conference /
by pressing
Reject
or
the
the left
by pressing
the
.
the
Muting
You
can
selecting
microphone
mute the
Mute
microphone during
on.
The handset
can
a
call
by pressing
be unmuted
the
by selecting
the handset is muted, the caller cannot hear you, but you
Switching
DTMF tones
To turn DTMF tones
DTMF
your
on.
on
DTMF tones
phone
to make
during
can
use
of
on
a
during
can
then
Mute off. When
still hear them.
call
call, press the left soft key, and then select
be turned off the
an
a
[Menu] key
same
way. DTMF tones allow
automated switchboard.
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General functions
Multiparty
The
multiparty
or
conference calls
conference service
or
simultaneous conversation with
more
provides
than
you with the
one
ability
to have
a
caller, if your network operator
supports this feature. A multiparty call can only be set up when you have one
active call and one call on hold, both calls having been answered. Once a
multiparty
call is set up, calls
can
be added, disconnected
is, removed from the multiparty call but still connected
who set up the
in control of the
multiparty
call.
Making
a
You
call. These
The maximum callers in
menu.
are
multiparty
can
a
multiparty call,
second call while
a
number and press the
key.
call is
on
automatically placed
key
then
Setting
up
a
Place
call
on
one
multiparty
and
are
call
only
you) by
the person
all available from the In-Call
are
you
separated (that
five. Once started, you
can
add callers to the
second call
make
the left soft
options
to
or
currently
on a
call. Enter the second
When the second call is connected, the first
hold. You
can
swap between calls
by pressing
selecting Swap.
conference call
hold and while the active call is on, press the left soft
key
and then select the Conference / Join all.
Putting
a
conference call
Press the left soft
key,
on
then select the Conference / Hold all.
Activate the conference call
Press the left soft
Adding
To add
a
key,
hold
on
hold
then select the Conference / Join all.
calls to the conference call
call to
an
existing
conference call, press the left soft
the Conference / Join all.
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key,
then select
General functions
Displaying
To scroll
callers in
Taking
To have
a
a
conference call
the numbers of the callers who make up
through
the handset screen,
on
a
private
private
use
call
call with
the
To end
a
a
conference call
a
conference call,
display
the
the screen, then press the left soft
on
Select the Conference / Private to
Ending
call
a
caller from
number of the caller you wish to talk to
key.
conference call
up/down navigation keys.
during
one
a
put all the other callers
on
hold.
conference call
conference call, press the
by selecting
End call after
pressing
key.
You
can
the left soft
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also end
a
conference
key.
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Menu Tree
The
following
illustration shows the available
menu
structure and indicates
the:
] Number assigned to each
] Page where you
You
can
menu
option.
find the feature
go to the desired
description.
menu
using
the left soft
1 Call manager (see
page
37)
key [Menu], navigation
keys and the [OK] key. And you can also take a shortcut by pressing the
corresponding number key of desired menu after pressing the left soft key
[Menu].
can
]
1 Call
register
3 Tools (see
]
page
1 Favourites
] 2 Call charges
] 2 Calculator
] 3 GPRS information
] 3 Unit converter
] 4 Call divert
] 4 Stop watch
] 5 Call barring service
] 5 World time
] 6 Call waiting
] 6 Voice recorder
] 7 Fixed dial number (FDN)
] 7 Infrared
] 8 Settings
2
]
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Organiser
(see
page
45)
1 Phonebook
4 Multimedia
(see page 57)
] 2 Scheduler
]
1 Music
] 3 Alarm clock
]
2 Karaoke
] 4 To-do
]
3 Games
] 5 Memo
]
4 Games &
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Apps
52)
Menu Tree
5
Messages
(see
page
]
1 Text messages
]
2 Multimedia messages
]
3 Voice messages
]
4 Info services
]
5
Templates
]
6
Memory
1 Take
]
2
Gallery
]
3
Memory
7
My
(MMS)
]
1 Internet
]
2 SIM service
page
84)
status
6 Camera (see
]
8 Service (see
66)
page
picture
status
stuff (see
page
]
1
]
2 Sounds
]
3
]
4 Removable disk
9
78)
Settings (see
]
1 Sound
]
2
]
3 Date & Time
]
4
Languages
]
5
Security
]
6 Network
]
7 GPRS
]
8 Reset
page
88)
Display
settings
82)
Images
Applications
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functions and
Selecting
options
Your
phone
offers
These functions
soft
keys
are
marked
and alter the
a
set of functions that allow you to customise the
(
)
settings
The roles of the soft
Press the left soft
access
of
and
a
keys
the bottom line of the
to
in
arranged
(
menus
).
and sub-menus, accessed via the two
Each
menu
and sub-menu lets you view
particular function.
vary
screen
according
just
to the current
above each
key
context; the label
right
to activate the
the available
action.
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on
indicates its current role.
Press the
key
menu.
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phone.
soft
key
corresponding
Call manager
(Dependent
Press the Menu
You
You
)
the network
and select Call manager
service)
using navigation keys.
set diverse functions related to call feature.
can
Call
key (
on
[Menu-1]
Menu-1-1
register
check the record of missed, received, and dialled calls
can
network
only
supports Calling Line Identification (CLI) within the service
The number and
(if available)
name
time at which the call
was
displayed together with
are
made. You
can
if the
area.
the date and
also view call times and costs.
Missed calls
(Menu-1-1-1)
This
selecting
option
lets you view the last 10 unanswered calls. After
phone number,
(
).
And
you
using
can
make
a
the left soft
call to the number
key [Options],
the
by pressing
a
the send
following options
key
are
available.
Write text message: You
can
send
Write multimedia message: You
text message to this number.
a
can
send
a
multimedia message to this
number.
Edit: Edits the
phonebook entry.
Save
if the
(Shown
number
Add to
can
creating
name
name
contact in the
a new
(Shown
add the number to
if the
an
Delete: Deletes the call
View details:
Displays
is not saved in the
name
phonebook):
Saves the
phonebook.
is not saved in the
phonebook):
You
existing phonebook entry.
log
from the list.
the call information.
Delete all: Select this to clear up the missed call
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logs.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Received calls
This
option
lets you view the last 10
number, you
And
make
can
the left soft
using
(Menu-1-1-2)
incoming
call to the number
a
the
key [Options],
Write text message: You
can
send
Write multimedia message: You
calls. After
by pressing
selecting
the send
following options
are
a
phone
key (
).
available.
text message to this number.
a
can
send
a
multimedia message to this
number.
Edit: Edits the
phonebook entry.
Save
if the
(Shown
number
Add to
can
creating
contact in the
a new
(Shown
name
add the number to
if the
an
Delete: Deletes the call
View details:
is not saved in the
name
name
phonebook):
phonebook.
is not saved in the
phonebook):
log
from the list.
the call information.
Displays
logs.
Dialled calls
option
selecting
send
are
a
(Menu-1-1-3)
lets you view the last 10
outgoing
phone number,
make
key (
You
existing phonebook entry.
Delete all: Select this to clear up the received call
This
Saves the
And
).
you
can
the left soft
using
a
calls
(called
or
attempted).
call to the number
key [Options],
the
After
by pressing
the
following options
available.
Write text message: You
can
send
Write multimedia message: You
text message to this number.
a
can
send
a
multimedia message to this
number.
Edit: Edits the
phonebook entry.
Save
if the
(Shown
number
Add to
can
creating
name
name
contact in the
a new
(Shown
add the number to
if the
an
Delete: Deletes the call
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is not saved in the
name
phonebook):
phonebook.
is not saved in the
existing phonebook entry.
log
Saves the
from the list.
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phonebook):
You
Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
View details:
Displays
the call information.
Delete all: Select this to clear up the dialled call
logs.
charges
Menu-1-2
Call durations
(Menu-1-2-1)
Call
Use this to view the duration of your
incoming
check each call duration at the bottom of
up/down navigation keys. Pressing
requested
to enter the
security
screen
the OK
resets the call timer of selected call. To
and
key
outgoing
while
or
calls. You
the
scrolling using
the left soft
can
key [Reset]
prevent accidental reset, you
are
code.
Last call:
Length
Received calls:
of the last call
Length
Dialled Calls:
Length
All calls: Total
length
of the
of the
incoming
outgoing
calls
of all calls made
received calls since the timer
was
calls
or
last reset.
n Notice The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may
vary,
depending
on
network features,
rounding-off for billing,
Call costs
etc.
(Menu-1-2-2)
This network service allows you to check the last call cost and the total call
cost. The call cost is
displayed
call cost, press the left soft
on
the bottom of the LCD
screen.
the OK
are
key [Reset]
or
key.
You
To reset the
requested
to
enter the PIN2 code.
n Note The actual
depending
cost invoiced for calls
on
network features,
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by
your service
provider
may vary,
rounding-off for billing, taxes,
etc.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Cost
settings
(Menu-1-2-3)
Call cost's limit: This network service allows you to limit the cost of your
calls to the number of
receive
call up to the
a
limit after
service
can
providers
specified
or
units of currency. You
cost limit. You
can
can
make
or
the call cost's
change
the PIN2 code.
entering
Set tariff: You
units
charging
set the currency
to obtain
charging
type and the unit price. Contact your
unit
prices.
To select the
Currency
or
1
Unit in this menu, you need the PIN2 code.
n Note When all units have been used,
emergency calls.
code to set
Auto
display:
a
Depending
no
calls
can
be made
except
the SIM card, you need the PIN2
on
call cost limit.
This network service allows you to
of your last call. If you select On in Auto
display
see
the cost
automatically
menu, you
can see
the
cost of the last call when the call is released.
GPRS information
You
can
check the amount of data transferred
GPRS information
are
Menu-1-3
online.
(GPRS
option.
In addition, you
can
over
the network
can
stands for General Packet Radio
Service.)
(Menu-1-3-1)
check the data volume and the time
On the selected menu,
the
also view how much time you
WAP information
You
through
pressing
the left soft
spent using WAP.
key [Reset]
or
the OK
key
clears
the counter.
External device
You
can
(Menu-1-3-2)
check the data volume and the time
external device such
as a
serial
spent using GPRS with
port.
Total data
You
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can
an
(Menu-1-3-3)
check the total amount of data
through
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WAP and the external device.
Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Call divert
Menu-1-4
When this network service is activated, you
another number, for
Select
one
q
w
e
r
of the divert
following options
options,
are
busy
for
or
busy:
If
no
when you
calls to
details,
busy
to divert voice
reject incoming
calls.
available.
Diverts voice calls when the
reply:
select If
example,
All voice calls: Diverts all voice calls
If
incoming
operator.
calls when your number is
The
direct your
to your voice mailbox number. For
example,
contact your network
can
unconditionally.
phone
is in
Diverts voice calls which you do not
If out of reach: Diverts voice calls when the
use.
answer.
phone
is switched off
or
out
of coverage.
t
y
All data calls: Diverts to
All fax calls: Diverts to
Each
option
has the
-
following
a
a
PC connection
fax connection
unconditionally.
unconditionally.
menu:
corresponding
service.
To voice mail: Forwards to message centre. This function does not
apply
-
number with
a
Activate: Activates the
number with
a
to All data calls and All fax calls
To other number:
Input
menus.
the number for call
diverting.
Cancel: Cancels the selected call divert.
View status: You
u
can
check the status of the service.
Cancel all: Cancels all call divert
settings.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
barring service
(Network dependent)
Call
Call
lets you restrict the
barring
For this function, you need the
your service
The
making
and
receiving
barring password,
of calls with your
which you
can
outgoing:
are
No call
can
be made.
international: International calls cannot be made.
Outgoing
international
made
to numbers within the current
only
except home country: When abroad, calls
country and
to your home
the
country where your home network provider is located.
All
incoming:
phone
No call
can
when abroad: Calls cannot be received when you
Cancel all
barrings:
made and received
All call
barring settings
Use this to set and
are
using
deactivated; calls
are
You must enter the current
password
Once you have entered
a new
the call
change
provider using
your
can
be
this
option.
before you
password,
you
barring password
can
are
specify
a new one.
asked to confirm it
by
again.
n Note To
use
Call
When calls
numbers
barring service,
are
you must
input
barred, calls may be possible
the network
networks.
on some
Menu-1-6
waiting
(Network Service)
The network will
notify
you of
progress. Select Activate to
a new
incoming
call while you have
request the network
request the network
check if the function is active
password.
to certain emergency
Call
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country,
area.
obtained from your service
Cancel to
be
normally.
Change password:
it
can
be received.
outside your home service
entering
obtain from
available:
Outgoing
Incoming
phone.
provider.
following options
All
Menu-1-5
to deactivate call
or
not.
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to activate call
waiting,
or
a
call in
waiting,
View status, to
Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Fixed dial number
Menu-1-7
(FDN)
(SIM dependent)
Use this to restrict your
function is
outgoing
calls to selected
phone numbers,
your SIM card. The PIN2 code is
supported by
When FDN is activated, if you
try
to dial
if this
required.
number not included in the FDN list,
a
the message "Check FDN" will appear.
The
following options
Enable: Use this to
are
available:
call
only
phone
numbers saved in the
phonebook.
You
must enter your PIN2 code.
Disable: Allows you to call any number.
Number list: Use this to view the numbers saved
n Note Not all SIM cards have
option
is not
a
as
fixed dial numbers.
PIN2. If your SIM card does not, this
displayed.
Menu-1-8
Settings
Answer mode
(Menu-1-8-1)
Select the desired mode to
Flip
menu
open: When the
answer a
phone rings,
call.
you
can answer a
call
simply by opening
the folder.
Any key:
When the
except the
Only
send
key
key:
phone rings,
you
can answer a
and the
soft
key (
You
right
can answer a
call
call
only by pressing
hidden
Select Set
by
(Off)
from the person you
network to reset the
upon with your service
key
the send
key.
(Menu-1-8-2)
This network service lets you decide whether your
or
any
).
Send my number
(On)
by pressing
are
phone
phone
number is
displayed
calling.
to the
setting
that you have
agreed
provider.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Minute minder
When set to On, the
keep
(Menu-1-8-3)
phone
you informed of the
will
beep
every minute
during
an
of the call.
length
Auto redial
(Menu-1-8-4)
Select On, and your
after
Closed
This is
a
and who
service
no
phone
unsuccessful call
an
user
will make
group index is
(A specific
to connect the call
(Menu-1-8-5)
If
a
specifies
group index is
specified,
the group of
specified,
the network will
index is stored in the
people
who you
contact your network
information,
more
it is used for all
use
the
can
operator
outgoing
preferential
call
or
calls. If
index.
network.)
Preset: Select this to activate the
On: You
attempts
group
call you. For
provider.
one more
attempt.
network service that
can
call to
outgoing
previous
CUG index.
edit the CUG indexes and activate it.
can
Off: Deactivates this function.
Automatic
You
can
to
compatible
a
(Menu-1-8-6)
answer
activate the automatic
answer
feature when the
headset. Select the time before
you select "Off", you have to press and hold the
a
call.
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phone
is connected
answering automatically.
key
on
the headset to
If
answer
Organiser [Menu-2]
Press the Menu
key (
)
and select
Organiser using navigation keys.
Phonebook
You
can save
Menu-2-1
phone
numbers and their
of your SIM card. In addition, you
the
phone
corresponding
can save
names
in the memory
up to 255 numbers and
names
in
memory.
Press the left soft
Organiser
>
key [Menu]
in
standby mode,
then select
Phonebook.
Or, press the right soft key [Names] in standby mode.
Search
1. In
(Menu-2-1-1)
standby mode,
press
2. Enter the start of the
3. After
finding
pressing
right
name
soft
that you wish to find.
the desired name, you
the send
Select Search.
key [Names].
key (
).
can
make
a
Or press the left
call to the number
key [Options]
to
by
use
the
following options.
Write text message: Use this to write
a
text message to the
Write multimedia message: Use this to write
the
multimedia message to
name.
Edit: Edits the name, number the
Copy:
Use this to copy the
memory
or
a
name.
or
vice
versa.
listing
group and
phonebook entry from
Select whether to
keep
the
photo.
SIM to the
phone
original phone
number
not.
Delete: Deletes the
phonebook entry.
View details: To view details of the selected
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name.
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Organiser [Menu-2]
Add
You
(Menu-2-1-2)
new
can
There
add
phonebook entry using
a
2 memories: Phone memory and SIM memory. To select the
are
memory, go to Set memory
255 entries. You
can
capacity depends
the
by pressing
2. Scroll to
highlight
Add new, and press
3. You
add
phonebook
can
Adding
can
new
new
in the
is
phone
the SIM card.
soft
in
key [Names]
entries to SIM memory
Adding
enter
can
new
the
or
phone
memory.
[Menu-2-1-7-1]. (Refer to
page
48.)
entries into SIM memory
and
a name
photo image. (Depends
You
name
capacity
[OK].
To select the memory, go to Set memory
a
right
on
memory
mode.
standby
You
phone
enter up to 30 characters in each
the Phonebook first
Open
The
[Menu-2-1-7-1].
memory. The SIM card memory
1.
this function.
a
on
number, select the caller group, and attach
the
entries into the
enter
a
SIM)
phone
memory
numbers, E-mail address and
name,
caller group, and attach
a
memo, select the
photo image.
n Tip
Pause feature: When you call automated
credit
the
you often have to enter
billing numbers),
Instead of
entering
systems (such
these numbers
by hand,
a
you
as
voice mail
series of numbers.
can
store the numbers in
the Pause feature. Between numbers to insert
phonebook using
pause, press and hold down
or
a
.
n Note This phone supports the Photo caller ID feature.
Speed
You
call
1.
can
dials
assign
any of the
directly by pressing
Open
2. Scroll to
to
keys
this
key
the Phonebook first
standby
46
(Menu-2-1-3)
with
list
entry. You
for 2-3 seconds.
by pressing
the
mode.
Speed dials,
a name
then press
[OK].
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right
soft
key [Names]
in
can
Organiser [Menu-2]
3. To add
through
name
4. You
number to
a
can
the
change
message
press the left soft
Speed dials,
key [Add].
phonebook.
or
delete
by pressing
a
dial number, make
speed
the left soft
a
call
classify
can
assign
a
send
a
(Menu-2-1-4)
the
phonebook
tone and/or
ring
or
key [Options].
Caller groups
You
Search the
a
entries with 6 groups. Use this feature to
graphic
icon to each group. This enables you to
callers from which group.
identify
] When you enter
a
contact in the
phonebook
or
edit contacts, select the
desired group.
In this menu, you
key [Options].
The
Member list:
Group ring
from
a
Group
can
customise and manage each group. Press the left soft
following
Displays
submenus will be
the member list in the group.
tone: Select the
ring
tone to be used when you receive
icon: Select the
a
graphic
icon to be
a
displayed
when you receive
Rename: To
assign
a new name
a
member in the group.
to the group.
all
and vice
a
member to the group.
Delete member: Select this to delete
can
call
person in the group.
Add member: Select this to add
You
a
person in the group.
call from
Copy
displayed.
copy/move
(Menu-2-1-5)
entries from the SIM card memory to the
phone
memory
versa.
SIM to Phone: Use this to copy the
entry from the SIM Card
to Phone
memory.
Phone to SIM: Use this to copy the
entry from the Phone memory
to the
SIM Card.
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Organiser [Menu-2]
The
-
-
following options
Keep original:
Delete
are
When
original:
available.
copying,
When
the
copying,
original
the
dial numbers
original
are
dial numbers will be erased.
Delete all
You
security
(Menu-2-1-6)
delete all entries in the SIM
can
code. Press
or
to return to
Phone. This function
standby
can
select the memory for the
between the SIM and the
phone.
will ask where to
save
phonebook
adding entry,
the number.
(Menu-2-1-8)
Check memory: You
phone
feature
If you select Variable, when
Information
and
the
(Menu-2-1-7)
Set memory: You
phone
requires
mode.
Settings
the
kept.
can
check the current memory status of the SIM card
memory.
Own number
(SIM dependent):
Use this to
display
your
phone
number in
the SIM card.
Service dial number
Dialling
Numbers
the SIM
card).
(SIM dependent):
Use this to view the list of Service
your network
(SDN) assigned by
operator (if supported by
Such numbers include the emergency,
directory enquiries
and voice mail numbers.
1. Select the Service dial number
2. The
names
3. Use the
48
option.
of the available services will be shown.
up/down navigation keys
to select
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a
service. Press
.
Organiser [Menu-2]
Menu-2-2
Scheduler
When you enter this menu,
the current date. You
keys.
calendar appears. A square
a
the
can move
On the calendar, you
can use
cursor
the
To enter
a
schedule note
1. Press the
2. Enter
a
today's date,
soft
right
on
to another date
is located
on
using navigation
following keys.
Each press of
To go back to the
cursor
skips
back
skips
forward
skips
back
skips
forward
press
the selected
a
year.
a
year.
month.
a
a
month.
.
day,
key [Add].
note. And set the alarm time.
3. Select the desired
from the
one
repetition options.
4. Select when to alarm.
n Note The Scheduler alarm will work
5. Press the left soft
After
and
a
key [Save]
schedule is entered
"
"
appears
the
on
or
on a
right
even
the OK
if the
The
phone
following options
are
to do
is switched off.
key.
date, the date is shown in
bottom of the
a
different colour
screen.
This function reminds you of your schedule. The
tone if you set the
phone
phone
will sound
an
alarm
so.
available.
View: Shows the shedule.
Edit: Use this to edit the schedule.
Delete: Use this to delete the schedule
Add
new:
You
can
edit
a
maximum of 30 characters and take up to 30
notes.
Calendar: Goes back to the calendar.
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Organiser [Menu-2]
Go to date: Use this to
numeric
keys
and the
Scheduler tone: The
date and time for
an
jump to a specific date.
left/right navigation keys
phone
sound
can
Enter the date
using
the
alarm tone when the scheduled
an
event has been reached. Select the desired alarm
tone.
View all schedules: Shows the notes that
up/down navigation keys
Delete
past: You
can
to browse
delete
are
set for all
Use the
days.
the note lists.
through
schedule notes that have
expired
already
been
notified.
Delete all: Use this to delete all schedules. You
are
asked to confirm this
action.
Alarm clock
You
1.
can
Menu-2-3
set the alarm to go off at
Alarm on/off: Select On
a
time.
specified
the
using
left/right navigation key.
To
deactivate the alarm function, select Off.
2.
Alarm time: Enter the alarm time
3.
Repetition: Select the desired one from Once, Daily, Weekly
Monthly using the left/right navigation key.
4.
Alarm
melody:
using
the numeric
Select the desired alarm
keys.
melody using
the
and
left/right
navigation key.
5. Press the left soft
key [Set]
or
the OK
When the alarm function is activated,
"
key.
"
is shown in
When the alarm time is reached, it sounds the alarm
standby
melody.
mode.
] To turn off the alarm, press the right soft key [Quit].
To-do
Menu-2-4
Use this feature to track tasks
or
1. Select the left soft
key [Add]
2. After
subject,
keying
in the
errands that need to
to add
50
to-do item.
a new
press the down
3. Enter the date with the numeric
keys
doing.
navigation key.
and press the left soft
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key [Save].
Organiser [Menu-2]
You
can
key
in 30 characters in each task and take up to 20 to-do items.
With the to-do list, the
following options
available
are
by pressing
the left soft
key [Options].
View:
Displays
the detail of the task.
Done: Select this when the task has been done.
If you select this, the to-do item is ticked in the list.
Edit: To edit the note.
Delete: To delete the to-do item.
Add
new:
To add
a new
to-do item.
View calendar: To view the canlendar.
Delete-done: Deletes
to-do items which have been done.
only
Delete all: Clears up the to-do list.
Memo
You
can
Menu-2-5
write, edit, and delete
1. Scroll to
Memo.
highlight
2. Press the left soft
3. After
The
keying
key [Add].
in the memo, press the left soft
following options
Save: Saves the
T9
a memo.
languages:
are
available:
memo.
Select the T9
language
Exit editor: Allows you to exit from the
After
a memo
is
key [Options].
already input
in your
to
use
memo
phone,
the
in the
memo.
editor.
following options
are
available.
View: Shows the
Edit: To edit the
memo.
memo.
Delete: Select this to delete the selected
Add
new:
memos
Use this to add
a new memo.
memo.
The
phone
can
store up to 20
and 30 characters.
Delete all: Deletes all
memos.
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Tools
Press the Menu
[Menu-3]
key (
)
and select Tools
using navigation keys.
Favourites
Menu-3-1
In this menu, you
menus
In
for easy
can
menu
by pressing
the desired location from the
menu
number 1 to 9, press the
can access
the up
key [Add].
menu
n Note You
you wish to add
making
are
can
add up to 9
by pressing
the left soft
key [Select].
Change:
menus.
up the Favorite menu, in each favorite menu, the
available
by pressing
Select: Selects the
You
can
the left soft
View details:
following
key [Options].
menu.
change
the favorite
Delete: Deletes the selected favorite
Displays
menu
with the another
menu.
the route to the favorite
Delete all: Deletes all the favorite
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used
The
is added in the Favorite menu, with the pop-up message, "Activated".
menu
options
frequently
).
selecting
2. Select the
After
with the
the Favorite
you
navigation key (
left soft
own menu
access.
standby mode,
1. After
construct your
menus.
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menu.
menu.
Tools
[Menu-3]
Calculator
Using
this feature, you
The calculator
multiplication
Using
Menu-3-2
can use
the
phone
calculator.
as a
the basic arithmetic functions: addition, subtraction,
provides
and division.
the calculator
1. Enter the first number
2. Press the
using
the numeric
keys.
to select
corresponding navigation key
a
mathematical function.
n Note
To
erase
any mistake
To include
a
decimal
To include
a
minus
or
clear the
point,
sign,
display,
press the
press the
the
key.
key.
key.
3. To calculate the result, press the left soft
4. After calculation, press the left soft
use
key [Result]
key [Clear]
or
Menu-3-3
This converts any measurement from
are
4
key.
to return to the initial state.
Unit converter
There
OK
types that
can
unit to another.
one
be converted into units:
Length, Surface, Weight
and Volume.
1. Select
one
of four unit
types by pressing the left soft key [Unit].
2. Move to the Current unit section
3. Select the unit you want to convert
4. Move to the Convert unit section
using
Input
numbers
using
the numeric
the
using
keys.
navigation key.
left/right navigation keys.
the down
by pressing
5. Select the unit you want to convert to,
6.
the down
by pressing
the
navigation key.
left/right navigation keys.
Conversion is calculated
automatically.
n Note You
can
input
a
decimal number
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by pressing
the
key.
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Tools
watch
Stop
This
an
individual
1. To start
2.
Menu-3-4
allows you to record the
menu
as
time
lap
timing,
During
3. You
the
soft
can
to 4
(up
timing,
to 4
4. To reset the
restart
or
key [Start].
record
can
you
timing using
The
event. The duration of
be
can
running
hundredths of
individual
an
times
lap
an
and the total time
(hours, minutes, sends,
key [Lap]. Up
stop
time of
elapsed
times)
press the left soft
HH.MM.SS.hh
right
[Menu-3]
lap
time
displayed.
time is
a
second).
by pressing
the left soft
key.
stop watch, press the right soft key [Reset].
Menu-3-5
check the current time of Greenwich Mean Time
can
cities around the world,
The
shows the
screen
To select the time
1. Select the
the
be recorded.
can
World time
You
displayed
using
city
zone
the
2. If you want to
left/right navigation keys.
in which you
one or more
change
major
name, current date and time.
are
located, proceed
to your time
as
follows:
by pressing
the
left/right
times. The local date and time
are
displayed.
city corresponding
navigation keys
and 59
(GMT)
the time
display
in
zone
standby
mode to the selected
time, press the left soft key [Set].
n Note The time
affected
zone
by
setting
of each
city
in World time
network condition.
Voice recorder
You
record
can
may be
menu
a memo.
Menu-3-6
You
can
record up to 3 voice
memos
up to
a
maximum of 30 seconds each.
You
play
can
the left soft
a
memo or
voice memo, press the left soft
recording
time is
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delete the recorded
record
new
voice
memo
using
key [Options] key.
1. To record
2. Once
or
is started, the message
key [Record].
'Recording...'
displayed.
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and the
recording
Tools
3. When you finish
n Note If all
memo
recording
The
Record
locations
are
Assigns
an
old
memo
a new
voice
memo.
memo.
a new name
to the voice
View detail: Shows the title,
length,
Delete all: Deletes all voice
memos.
memo.
and date of the voice
memo.
Infrared
Menu-3-7
This feature allows you to send
To
use an
or
receive data/fax
through
the infrared
port.
infrared connection:
Install the modem driver for
Install the network
application
Configure
program for
and activate
receiving
software
dial-up
fax call
a
an
or
sending
supplied by
on
on
side at the bottom of the
the
the data/fax.
your network
provider
or
fax
your PC.
IrDA-compliant
Activate the infrared feature
right
before
memo.
Select this to record
Delete: Deletes the voice
Rename:
must delete
available.
back the voice
new:
full, you
are
key [Save].
a new one.
following options
Play: Plays
press the left soft
recording,
[Menu-3]
phone;
infrared
the
"
port
"
on
your PC.
symbol
appears
on
the
display.
Call the network service number
given
to you
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by
the service
provider.
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Tools
If there is
[Menu-3]
communication between your
no
phone
and the IrDA
device within 30 seconds of activation of the feature, it is
compliant
automatically
deactivated.
For further details, contact your network
n Note
PC
Sync
phone by
is
a
provider.
program for data
exchange
the USB data cable. Therefore, if you want to
function, you need the accessory kit. For
can use
the PC
Sync Help
With this IrDA feature, you
as
phonebook entries,
While
using
file
can
on
messages,
more
this
information, you
anything
pictures,
you want such
etc.
the removable disk feature, you cannot
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use
the CD.
transfer
sync feature.
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between PC and the
use
the PC
Multimedia
[Menu-4]
Music
Menu-4-1
The F1200 has
a
AAC music files
or
via the internal
music
digital
on a
player
built-in. You
memory in your
enjoy listening to MP3
phone using a compatible headset or
can
loudspeaker.
n Note
Because of the small dimension of the
could be distorted,
especially
bass sounds. Therefore,
order to
appreciate
The music
the
we
in
the audio
some cases
at maximum volume and when there
recommend you to
high quality
use
are
lots of
the stereo headset in
of your music.
player supports:
MPEG-1
Layer
III:
Sampling frequency
up to 48KHz, Bit rate up to
Sampling frequency
up to 24KHz, Bit rate up to
stereo
192Kbps,
MPEG-2
Layer
160Kbps,
III:
stereo
AAC: ADIF, ADTS formats
Transferring
You
speaker,
(Sampling frequency
up to
48KHz)
music files to the F1200
phone as a removable disk. When the
phone is connected to the computer using the USB data cable, the mobile
phone memory is represented by "Removable Disk" in "My Computer" in the
Windows application.
can use
You
the connected mobile
can use
the
phone
as a
removable disk if the
Windows 98SE, Windows 2000
or
operating system
is
Windows XP.
n Note
You may need to install the USB device driver
depending the operating system.
In
case
that it does not work
properly, please
supplied
the CD-ROM
on
reinstall the driver from the
CD-ROM.
Refer to the
Help
file
on
the CD-ROM
regarding
the USB device driver
installation.
The data saved in the
memory may be lost due to an external
impact, lightening, a power failure, static electricity, carelessness on the part
of the user or a product defect. In addition, the repair or initialisation of the
phone
product may permanently delete the data. Please
important data (MP3 files and other information).
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make
sure
to
backup
your
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Multimedia
Opening
the removable disk
1. Select Menu
2. Enter the
(n
[Menu-4]
>
7.
security
My
Stuff
>
4. Removable disk in sequence.
code.
Note: Refer to the page 24 for
more
information about the
Security code.)
3. Click 1. Data transfer.
4. Connect the
sales
phone
and the
computer with the data cable (supplied in the
package).
5. Double-click the Removable Disk in
6. When you have finished
following steps. (n
on
The
3. Then
remove
n Note When you
of transferred data is not
guaranteed.)
Device.
message will appear: "Now, you
device from the
can
safely
remove
the
system".
the cable.
are
using
you cannot make
a
the
call,
phone
memory
answer a
call,
removable disk,
as a
use
message function
or use
Sync feature.
Formatting
the removable disk
1. Select Menu
>
2. Enter the
the cable, it is necessary
area.
high-capacity storage
PC
remove
High-Capacity Storage
following
USB
integrity
the notification
2. Select USB
memory, click Exit and take the
phone
Caution: Before you
that you click Exit. Or, the
1. Click
the
using
My Computer.
7.
security
My
Stuff
>
4. Removable disk in sequence.
code.
3. Click 2. Format disk.
4. Click Yes and then the OK button.
5. Format the removable disk.
n Note Format operation will delete all data saved
on
the removable disk.
Do not format in the PC.
If the mobile
phone
is connected to the PC with the data cable,
although you can format the disk,
operation is not guaranteed.
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the
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stability
of the removable disk
Multimedia
Checking
the free space of the removable disk
1. Select Menu
2. Enter the
3. Click 3.
4. You
7.
>
security
Memory
can
[Menu-4]
My
Stuff
>
4. Removable disk in sequence.
code.
Status.
check the free space of the removable disk.
n Note
With the removable disk feature, you
music files onto the
phone.
But the
can
store
Playlist
on
more
the
than 20
phone displays
up to 20 files.
Audio
Plays
player
(Menu-4-1-1)
the music.
Press the
and select Audio
player.
The
following
screen
bar
Progressive
is shown up.
Player
File
Running
time
name
with
the file extension
Options
Loop
Volume level
6 volume levels
skin
including
mute
Equalizer setting
Status of the
value
music controller
Playmode
Repeat
Loop
Play all
Repeat all
Play one
Repeat one
n Note In
case
A>B
that any invalid file is included in the
message will be
popped
playlist,
up and go back to the
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prior
an error
screen.
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Multimedia
Music controller
Volum
[Menu-4]
keys
Up
Volum Down
()
Press this
key
to start the
Press this
key
to pause.
(Short press) Skips
(
)
(Long press) Rewinds
the playback.
(Short press) Skips
(
to the
)
playback.
track.
previous
the current track
during
to the next track.
(Long press) Fast forwards
track during the playback.
the current
Increases/decreases the volume.
The
following options
View
playlist:
press the left soft
-
-
-
all:
Repeat
Play
all:
one:
Repeat
You
Plays
can use
key [Loop]
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with
left/right navigation keys
and
mode with
up/down navigation keys
and
style
play
all the tracks in the
the current track and
Keeps playing
in order.
stops playing.
right
beginning point (A)
to set the
phone
the current track.
feature with the
loop
to set the
key [A>B] again
playback.
all the tracks.
Plays
the
the
key [Select].
Repeats
one:
playlist during
key [Options].
key [Select].
Select the desired
Playmode:
the left soft
by pressing
Select this to view the
press the left soft
Play
available
Select the desired sound
Equalizer:
-
are
soft
of the
ending point (B).
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key [Loop].
loop.
Press the
And press the
right
right
soft
soft
Multimedia
[Menu-4]
Playlist
Displays
The
(Menu-4-1-2)
the
playlist.
following options
Set
as
are
tone: After
ring
available.
selecting
a
desired track, press the left soft
and select this. Sets the selected track
[Options]
as a
ring
key
tone.
Delete: Deletes the track from the list.
View details: You
can
check the file name, size,
Delete all: Clears out the
and date.
length
playlist.
Settings
(Menu-4-1-3)
Player skin:
You
Flip setting:
Select whether the
open/close
Memory
You
can
the
select the desired
can
skin
player
playback
on
will continue
the main
or
status
(Menu-4-1-4)
check the current memory status of the
phone.
Menu-4-2
Karaoke is the
can
comes
sing-a-song functionality.
download karaoke songs to the
with
synchronised lyrics
Start to Karaoke
1. Select Karaoke,
The
following
My
song
1. Select the
stop when you
phone.
Karaoke
You
screen.
by pressing
song
prompt you
to
network. This function
sing along.
menu
menus are
My
to
phone through
the left soft
key [Select].
available.
menu
by pressing
downloaded and default songs,
are
the OK
key.
The song list, all of the
displayed.
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Multimedia
2. To scroll
The
?
highlight
the song you want, and then the OK
following options
Start song: You
[Menu-4]
are
can
Key
key.
available.
play
the current track to
sing-a-long.
Description
To
play
the track
To
skip
to the
To
skip
to the next track
(
)
previous
To pause the track
Whole text: You
Delete: You
can
To
stop playback (
To
adjust
can see
(
track
(
(
)
)
)
)
the volume of the song.
the whole
lyrics
(
)
of the selected song.
delete the selected song form the list.
Back to list: Go back to the list.
New song
Select the New song
using
by pressing
the OK
key.
A
please
refer to Wow LG site
new
song
can
be downloaded
the network connection.
Help
n Note To
use
Karaoke menu,
http://www.wowlg.com.
Games
You
can
enjoy
instruction
62
Menu-4-3
or
a
game
help
on
the
phone.
For further details,
menu.
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use
the
onscreen
Multimedia
Games &
Java is
Menu-4-4
Apps
technology developed by
a
[Menu-4]
would download the Java
Explorer browsers,
Sun
Applet using
Java MIDlet
Microsystems.
the standard
be downloaded
can
Similar to the way you
Netscape
MS Internet
or
the WAP enabled
using
phone.
Depending
games
can
program
on
the service
provider,
be downloaded and
phone.
run on a
be viewed within the
can
all Java based programs such
Applications
Java
as
Once downloaded, the Java
menu
where you
execute,or delete. The Java program files saved in the phone
can
are
select,
in .JAD and
.JAR formats.
n Note The JAR file is
JAD file is
a
description
a
From the network,
descriptions
format of the Java program and the
compressed
prior
file that includes all detailed information.
to
download, you
can
view all detailed file
from the JAD file.
n Warning Only J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) based programs will
phone
environment. The J2SE
programs will
only
run
in
a
(Java
2 Standard
menu
previous
displays
the list of Java programs downloaded
Application
following options
Open: Open
a
based
(Menu-4-4-1)
downloaded programs
within the
Edition)
in
PC environment.
Applications
This
run
are
menu.
can
be selected, deleted,
From the list within the
using
or
the WAP. All
viewed in detail
Application
menu, the
available:
the selected program. The list includes all Java programs
installed in the
phone.
Delete: Delete the selected program. Once deleted, you will not be able to
restore the program unless it is downloaded
Information:
Displays
detailed information
again using
on
the WAP.
the selected program. This
includes the program name, program size, program version, vendor
information and the website address
or
the URL.
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Multimedia
[Menu-4]
Download
When
a new
which
a
can
Java program is downloaded
download takes
includes
list
(Menu-4-4-2)
bookmark list for
a
is known
place
delete, and add
new
bookmark. The Java
as a
menu
Java programs and this bookmark
downloading
be viewed from the Download
the WAP, the address from
using
You
menu.
connect, view, edit,
can
bookmarks.
Connect: Selected address in the bookmark is used for data connection.
After successful connection, desired Java program
be downloaded from
can
the list.
View: Detailed information
on a
bookmark
be viewed such
can
address of bookmark and title of bookmark
required
for
as
connecting
the
to
certain sites.
Edit: Selected bookmark
order of Address
>
be edited.
can
Title. When
creating
Editing
a
bookmark is done in the
bookmark,
a new
same
order is
followed.
Delete: Selected bookmark is deleted. All bookmarks
from the bookmark list
completely
restored
Add
so
new:
bookmark
caution is
screen.
when
required
applies
the bookmark
to Add
menu or
new
when
selected from the bookmark list
during
new
Edit
option
bookmark exists, then the Add
download and install into your
can
be
to
access
one
phone.
pressed
the Java MIDlet
Once connected to the
to view the JAD information
begin
the download and
install process. The download and install process will take
immediately
run
be selected to
64
and
once
download is
complete
you
place
can
the Java program. The installed Java program
run
at
a
be
new can
of many Java programs to
desired program. The Get button will
simultaneously
from
screen.
Provider's server, you may choose
on a
order used
same
n Note After selecting the Connect function
server, the Go button
bookmarks.
bookmark. Select the Add
no
be deleted
Deleted bookmark cannot be
deleting
New bookmark is added. The
can
later time from the
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Application
menu.
can
Multimedia
Access
For
point
(Menu-4-4-3)
information, consult your network operator.
more
Each
[Menu-4]
access
point
has submenus
as
Activate: Activates the selected
Settings:
Use this to edit and
follows:
point.
access
change
WAP
settings
for the selected
access
point.
Rename: You
can
change
the
Delete: Deletes the selected
Add
new:
You
can
add
name
access
of the
point from
a new access
Delete all: Deletes all the
access
access
point.
the list.
point.
points.
n Note The changes using these options may affect the MMS function.
Information
The downloaded programs
There is
a
(Menu-4-4-4)
using
maximum memory
the WAP
capacity
in
memory, you will not be able to store any
you to check the available memory
a
are
phone
more
capacity
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stored in the
in
and
once
phone
you exceed this
programs. This
a
memory.
menu
allows
phone.
65
Messages [Menu-5]
Press the Menu
key (
)
and select
Messages using navigation keys.
Text messages
Your
phone
Service
receives voice mail notification messages and Short
(SMS)
When the
"
When the
"
Message
messages.
Voice mail and SMS
operator for
Menu-5-1
"
network services. Please contact your network
information.
more
"
are
icon appears, you have received
a
icon appears, you have received
a new
If the message memory is full,
a
message is
flashes and you cannot receive any
Use the Delete
in the Inbox
option
new
voice mail.
displayed,
text message.
the
"
"
icon
messages.
to delete obsolete messages.
menu
Once there is space in the message memory, any undelivered SMS
messages will be received
(provided
sufficient space is
available).
Write message
You
can
918
characters)
1.
Key
(Menu-5-1-1)
write and edit text messages up to 6 pages.
in your message. For details
through
30
2. After you
on
how to enter text, refer to page 27
(Entering Text).
complete
required option.
the message, press the left soft
The
following options
Send to number: Enter the number
phonebook
can
send
(approximately
a
or
the recent numbers
message up to 5
Save to draft: Allows you to
to select
available.
select the number from the
or
the left soft
using
phone
save
are
key [Options]
numbers at
the message
a
key [Options].
You
time.
so
that it
can
be sent
later.
T9
languages:
deactivate T9
Select the
input
mode
T9 mode, refer to page 27
66
language
for T9
by selecting
through
input
mode. You
can
also
'T9 off '. For further details
28.
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on
the
Messages [Menu-5]
Clear text: Erases the whole text.
Exit: Allows you to exit from the Write
3. You
can
menu.
also send attachments with the message
while
key [Attach],
You
Symbol:
you're entering
can
n Note You
can
keying
Picture: You
known
as
phone
and
attach
can
'Picture
they
a
the
soft
message.
characters
special
while
by pressing
message.
send and receive text messages that contain
messages'.
can
right
characters.
special
also insert
in
a
by pressing
be
Several
with
replaced
preset pictures
new ones
are
pictures,
available in the
received from other
sources.
Animation:
EMS
Attaching
animation in
an
a
You
(Enhanced Messaging Service).
animations in the
message
can
can
be done
through
select any of 15
phone.
Sound: If available, you
can
attach
a
sound available for
a
short
message.
Text
template:
You
can use
Phone number: You
Signature:
You
can
can
text
add
templates already
phone
attach your
set in the
phone.
numbers in the message.
signature.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Inbox
(Menu-5-1-2)
Received text messages and page messages
contents
Received messages
Or, you
standby
menu
can
be searched and the
be viewed.
can
Press the
can
are
and select
key
take
a
displayed
shortcut
in date order.
Messages
by pressing
>
the
Text message
>
Inbox.
right navigation key (
)
in
mode.
Icon
Description
Read SIM message
Unread SIM message
Read message
Unread message
Read
delivery report
Unread
n Note SIM message refers
the network
message
or
to the message saved in the SIM memory. And
distinguishes
just
delivery report
an
incoming
message into the SIM
message.
Each received message has the
following options
available. Press the left soft
key [Options].
Reply: Replies
to the received message.
Forward: Forwards
a
received message to other
Return call: Calls the sender's
Extract: Extracts
a
recipients.
phone.
picture, sound,
message. These will be saved in
text web page
or
email address from the
My folder, Phonebook,
or
bookmarks.
Delete: Deletes the selected message from the Inbox.
View information:
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Displays
the information about the message.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Outbox
You
can
also
verify
(Menu-5-1-3)
view the list and contents of sent messages in this
if the transmission
was
and
menu
can
successful.
Icon
Description
Sent SIM message
Sent message
The
following options
available.
are
Forward: Forwards the current message to other
recipients.
Delete: Deletes the selected message from the Outbox.
View information:
Displays
the information about the message.
Draft
(Menu-5-1-4)
In this menu, you
list
using
pressing
the
can see
the message list saved
up/down navigation keys.
the left soft
You
as
draft. Scroll
send draft messages
can
menu
the
by
key [Options].
Settings
This
through
(Menu-5-1-5)
lets you set up the default SMS information.
Message types:
Sets the default message
X.400, E-mail, and ERMES). The network
type (Text, Voice, Fax, Paging,
can
convert the messages into
the selected format.
Validity period:
Sets the
length
of time for which your text messages will
be saved at the SMS center while
recipient.
Possible values
maximum authorised
Paper:
You
can
Delivery report:
by
insert
are
attempts
1 hour, 6 hours, 1
your network
one
Activates
of 4
or
are
made to deliver them to the
day,
1 week and the
to
text message.
operator.
wallpaper images
deactivates the
a
report function. When this
function is activated, the network informs you whether
or
not your message
has been delivered.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Reply with
same
service centre: Allows the
message to send you
provided by
via your message centre, if the service is
reply
a
of your SMS
recipient
the network.
SMS centre: Saves
or
changes
the number of your SMS centre when
text messages. You must obtain this number from your service
sending
provider.
Bearer
setting:
service
provider for
and connection
Selects GPRS
or
GSM. Contact your network
information related to
setting
a
operator or
selected bearer, pricing
speed.
Delete all
Select this
(Menu-5-1-6)
to delete all the text messages.
menu
Multimedia messages
A multimedia message
feature
be used
can
provider. Only
features
can
can
only
contain text,
if it is
Menu-5-2
(MMS)
images,
supported by
the devices that offer
and/or sound
your network
operator
Key
or
service
or
e-mail
receive and send multimedia messages.
(Menu-5-2-1)
in the text message.
numbers and emoticons,
message
2. Add
This
multimedia message
compatible
Write
1.
clips.
an
input,
Using
or
the
soft
select the text
press the left soft
and/or sound. You
image
right
key,
input
you
can
input symbols,
mode. After the text
key [Done].
can move
to the next section
using
the
up/down navigation.
3. You
or
can
add
slide
a
the left soft
by moving
key [Select].
You
the
can
also add
[Menu].
n Note Up
70
to 9 slides
are
then
cursor on
affordable.
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a
slide
pressing
using
the
the OK
key
soft
key
right
Messages [Menu-5]
4. Press the
right
soft
The
key [Menu].
following options
are
available.
Send: Select this to send the multimedia message. This
multiple
phone supports
numbers and e-mail addresses.
Preview:
Displays
Save: You
the multimedia message you wish to send.
can save
the multimedia message in draft
Delete: Deletes the message
been
you're
or as a
template.
creating.
Slide duration: Set the slide duration. Enter the desired duration
the numeric
using
keypad.
Slide format: Select where to
Add slide: Adds
a
align
the
image.
slide before of after the current slide.
Remove slide: Deletes the selected slide.
Inbox
(Menu-5-2-2)
You will be alerted when you have received messages.
the Inbox. You
description
can
identify
each message
by
They
will be saved in
icons. For details,
see
the icon
below.
Icon
Description
Read normal message
Unread normal message
Read notification message
Unread notification message
Read
high priority
Unread
high priority
Read low
priority
Unread low
If the
phone
has 'No space for
messages, media and
message
messages',
message
priority
you
can
message
message
make space
by deleting
applications.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Timer
stop: The Timer stop
including
message
various
menu
picture by pressing
when you receive
displayed
pictures. Usually,
displayed automatically. However,
next
is
the
pictures
the left soft
Displays
the
sequentially
if you select this menu, you
can see
the
key [Next] manually.
Timer start: Select this to activate the slide show
Previous slide:
are
a
previous
automatically again.
page.
Restart: Restarts the slide show from the first slide.
Save message: Saves
a
multimedia message in draft form
or as a
template.
Save items: Extracts
pictures
or
sounds.
will be saved in
They
My folder or
Phonebook.
Details:
Displays
Subject (only for
information about received messages: Sender's address,
Multimedia
date & time,
message), Message
Message
type, Message size.
Reply: Replies
Reply
all:
to the sender.
Replies
to all senders.
Delete message: Deletes the current message.
Forward: Forwards the selected message to other
recipients.
Outbox
Use this to
delivery
(Menu-5-2-3)
see
sent messages. For each sent message, you
can see
the
status.
Icon
Description
Sent
Timer
stop: The Timer stop
message
including
various
menu
picture by pressing
displayed
pictures. Usually,
displayed automatically. However,
next
is
when you receive
the
pictures
the left soft
72
Displays
the
sequentially
if you select this menu, you
can see
key [Next] manually.
Timer start: Select this to activate the slide show
Previous slide:
are
a
previous
page.
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automatically again.
the
Messages [Menu-5]
Restart: Restarts the slide show from the first slide.
Save message: Saves
a
multimedia message in draft form
or as a
template.
Save items: Extracts
pictures
sounds.
or
They will
be saved in
My folder
or
Phonebook.
Details:
Displays
Subject (only
information about received messages: Sender's address,
for Multimedia
message), Message
date & time,
Message
type, Message size.
Delete message: Deletes the current message.
Forward: Forwards the selected message to other
recipients.
Draft
Using
most
The
(Menu-5-2-4)
this menu, you
frequently.
This
can
preset up
following options
menu
are
to five multimedia messages that you
shows the
preset multimedia message list.
available.
Send: Select this to send the multimedia message. This
multiple
phone supports
numbers and e-mail addresses.
Preview:
Displays
Save: You
the multimedia message you wish to send.
can save
the multimedia message in draft
Delete: Deletes the message
you're
been
or as a
template.
creating.
Slide duration: Set the slide duration. Enter the desired duration
numeric
use
using
the
keypad.
Slide format: Select where to
Add slide: Adds
a
align
the
image.
slide before of after the current slide.
Remove slide: Deletes the selected slide.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Settings
(Menu-5-2-5)
Via this menu, you
The
can
following options
set up the default multimedia message information.
are
available.
Select where to
Alignment:
Validity period:
align
the
Set the duration for
image.
keeping
messages
on
the network
server.
Auto download
-
On: If you select this, messages
-
Confirm:
-
Off: Defers
Access
Requires
downloaded
automatically
menu
See page 86 for further information.
provides
provided by
Before
your
using
on
the
a new
you with
Menu-5-3
a
of
quick way
accessing
this feature, you must enter the voice
"
Please check with your network
service in order to
server
number obtained
configure
the handset
"
symbol
provider for
will be
option
correctly.
(Menu-5-3-1)
has been selected,
listen to voice messages. You
displayed
details of their
Listen to voice mail
Once this
(if
operator.
voice message is received, the
screen.
your voice mailbox
network).
from your network
When
receipt.
messages.
Voice messages
This
on
you to confirm you want to download the message.
downloading
point:
are
can
simply
press the left soft
also hold down the
key [OK]
key
in
to
standby
mode to listen to voice messages.
Voice mail centre
You
74
can
input
(Menu-5-3-2)
and set the voice mailbox centre.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Info services
Menu-5-4
Info service messages
phone
users.
text messages sent
They provide general
traffic news, taxis,
associated with
pharmacies,
receipt
message
standby mode,
the
can
prices.
or
the network to mobile
as
Each
weather
type of information is
available when
are
operator.
popup message will indicate
a
the info service message will be
following options
reports,
be obtained from the network
info service message,
an
by
information such
and stock
number, which
a
When you receive
new
are
a
displayed directly.
viewing
In
info service
messages.
Receive
(Menu-5-4-1)
Use this to enable
or
disable the
reception
of broadcast messages.
Inbox
(Menu-5-4-2)
The list of received broadcast messages
can
be searched and the contents
viewed.
Topics
(Menu-5-4-3)
(Dependent
To create
you
new
already
left soft
to network and
topics,
have
subscription)
press the left soft
topics,
you
can
key [Options]
deactivate, edit,
delete them
new.
by using
If
the
key [Options].
Alert
(Menu-5-4-4)
Set alert
Auto
or
then select Add
on or
Off for
a new
broadcast message.
display
If you select this
option On,
(Menu-5-4-5)
all received broadcast messages will be
automatically displayed.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Languages
to network and
(Dependent
This
option
will be
(Menu-5-4-6)
lets you select the
displayed
the
supported by
subscription)
preferred languages.
in the selected
phone,
language.
If you
Cell broadcast messages
use
all the
languages
select Automatic at the end of the list.
Menu-5-5
Templates
After
creating
some
by just selecting
templates (text, multimedia, signature),
followings
Please call
can use
them
them when you send messages.
Text messages
The
you
are
(Menu-5-5-1)
pre-defined
text
templates.
back.
me
I'm late. I will be there at...
Where
are
I'm
the way.
on
you now?
Top urgent.
Please contact.
I love you.
The
following options
are
available.
Edit: Use this to edit the selected
Delete: Deletes the selected
template.
template
message from the text
Send via text message: Use this to send the selected
by
SMS. You
can
send it up to 5 persons at
a
template
template
Add
76
by
new:
MMS.
Use this to create
a new
template.
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message
time.
Send via multimedia message: Use this to send the selected
message
list.
template
Messages [Menu-5]
Multimedia messages
(Menu-5-5-2)
Send: Sends the multimedia
template. Supports multiple
numbers and
email addresses.
Preview:
Displays
the draft multimedia message.
Save: Saves multimedia messages in draft form
Delete: Deletes the multimedia
or as
templates.
template.
Slide duration: Set the slide duration. Enter the desired duration
numeric
Add Slide: Adds
a
align
slide before
Remove Slide: Deletes the
or
the
image.
after the current slide.
highlighted
slide.
Signature
(Menu-5-5-3)
1. Press the left soft
Key
the
keypad.
Slide format: Select where to
2.
using
key [Add].
in the name, mobile
phone number,
office number, Fax number, and
E-mail address.
3. Press the left soft
After
creating
pressing
the
key [Save].
signature template,
the left soft
you
can access
also attach the
text message
using
signature
can
signature by
when you write
SMS.
a
the Attach function. See page 67.
Send via multimedia message: Sends the
You
by
signature.
Send via text message: Use this to send the
Memory
menus
signature.
Delete: Use this to delete the
can
following
key [Options].
Edit: Use this to edit the
n Note You
the
signature by
MMS.
Menu-5-6
status
check the current memory status for Text messages and Multimedia
messages.
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Camera
F1200 has
digital
a
resolution 640x480
[Menu-6]
camera
which allows you to take
known
pixels (also
The CMOS
VGA).
as
pictures
at
a
maximum
sensor
guarantees high definition and quality of the images. Taking pictures will be
more
fun thanks to the additional functions such
the 2x Zoom,
as
Brightness
control, White balancing and Colour effects.
Press the Menu
Or, you
key (
go to this
can
and select Camera
)
menu
by pressing
using navigation keys.
or
on
the
right
side in
standby
mode.
n Note If the battery is
Take
low, you may
not
use
the Camera feature.
Menu-6-1
picture
Press the Menu
camera
see
too
hot
key
and select Camera
key (
) longer than
or
Take
>
picture. Or,
2 seconds in
standby
press the
mode. You
can
the viewfinder.
n Note You
can
pictures
Before
Each
shooting,
go to the
are
stored in the
can
you
set the
and reopen it. But the timer and
value
(Off
and x1
1 Mode (
key,
when
Gallery.
following
value is remembered
setting
the left soft
Gallery by pressing
even
values.
after you close the
zooming
camera
module
ratio goes back to the default
setting
respectively).
):
Select
one
of the
camera
modes
using
the
up/down
navigation keys.
() :
Select this to take
a
):
Select this to take
multiple
() :
Select this to take
a
(
single
still
shot.
shots.
image
with various frames.
n Note Taking pictures in the phone closed
support this mode.
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state does not
Camera [Menu-6]
2 Resolution (
): 640x480(VGA), 320x240(QVGA),
128x160(Screen), 96x96(Phonebook)
n Note The multiple shot mode does not support the
*96x96(Phonebook) resolution.
3 Image quality (
4 Digital
zoom
Fine/Normal/Basic
):
): x1,
(
n Note The maximum
as
x2
zoom
scale
depends
on
the resolution
follows.
Resolution
5 Tone (
):
640x480
x1, x2
320x240
x1, x2
128x160
x1, x2
96x96
x1, x2
Colour
6 Brightness (
7Timer(
(
)/Sepia (
): +2, +1, 0, -1,
)/Black
and white
(
)
-2
):Off,3sec.,5sec.
8 White balance (
Incandescent
Zoom scale
(
1. Center the desired
):
Auto
(
), Daylight (
), Cloudy (
option
menu
2. Select the desired value with the
using
),
the
Flourescent
),
(
)
left/right navigation keys.
up/down navigation keys.
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Camera [Menu-6]
3. After
finishing all the settings, focus on the subject to capture and press
Camera key or OK key. With a click, the image is captured and the
following menu bar appears.
the
MMS message
Save
Delete
n Note When the resolution is
set to 96x96
the
(Phonebook),
following
bar appears.
menu
Phonebook
entry
Save
Delete
4. To
the
save
want to
You
image,
the
save
can
centre the
image,
also send the
For further information
"
"
and press the OK
"
centre the
"
and press the OK
via multimedia message
image
regarding
If you don't
key.
multimedia message
key.
by selecting
writing,
"
".
refer to page
70-71.
After
taking
image
a
in the
picture
in 96x96
(phonebook),
phonebook by selecting
"
you
can
directly
save
the
".
n Note This feature links only the phonebook in the phone memory.
Menu-6-2
Gallery
Press the Menu
All the still
You
can
images
and select Camera
taken in the Take
view, organise,
1. Select the
picture
the left soft
80
key
or
send the
you want
key [Options]
to
a
full
>
Gallery.
picture
menu are
pictures through
screen
access
the
stored in this
MMS.
of and press the OK
following
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menu.
submenus.
key.
Or press
Camera [Menu-6]
Normal view: You
Thumbnail view:
can
view
one
image
in the normal
(Shown
at
time.
a
view)
Go back to the thumbnail
view mode.
Write multimedia message: You
send the selected
can
image
via
a
multimedia message.
n Note For details, refer
as
Add to
or
front LCD
can
You
can
set the selected
as
the main LCD
add the selected
image
phonebook
to
sized
phonebook
a
contact to
the Photo Caller ID feature.
Slide show:
Plays
Gallery,
press the
Rename: You
right
can
View details: You
of the selected
soft
can
in succession. To
image
key.
To
stop the slide show and go back
name
of the selected
to
image.
check the title, resolution, size, and date and time
image.
images
in your
phone.
Menu-6-3
status
Press the Menu
the
pause/resume
key.
the
change
Delete all: Deletes all the
Memory
image.
back every
slide show, press the left soft
can
image
available for the
Delete: Deletes the selected
You
Write
wallpaper.
phonebook (Only
pictures):
use
You
wallpaper:
wallpaper
-
page 70-71.
on
Set
to Multimedia messages
key
and select Camera
Memory
>
check the current memory status
on
the
status.
phone.
n Note The phone has built-in 1 MB memory for photos, in which maximum
300
photos
any
more
can
be stored. But note that you cannot take
if the memory is full,
photos.
And vice
already
taken 300
versa:
you
photos
even
can
even
if
take
you've
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taken less than 300
no more
though
pictures
pictures
if
you've
the memory is available.
81
My
My
stuff
[Menu-7]
stuff consists of 4 archives:
Removable disk. The downloaded contents
stored in each archive.You
can
and
Images, Sounds, Applications
view, delete
through WAP,
or
MMS
EMS
or
are
control the downloaded
contents.
Menu-7-1
Images
Organised
into 2 folders: Default
taken with the built-in
Default
images:
them, send
as a
a
camera are
Default
after
the left soft
Downloaded: Downloaded WAP, EMS
this folder. You
can
view them, send
message with them,
or
set them
photos
listed up outside the folders.
listed. You
are
can
multimedia message with them,
or a
pressing
and Downloaded. And the
and animations
images
text message
wallpaper
images
as a
a
or
view
set them
key [Options].
pictures
animations
or
text message
wallpaper
or a
after
are
stored in
multimedia
pressing
the left soft
key
[Options].
Photos: You
can access
the
following options
after
pressing
the left soft
key
[Options].
View: To view the selected
photo.
Send multimedia message: To send the
Set
as
wallpaper:
the main LCD
or
You
can
set the
as an
initial
screen on
frond LCD.
display folders
and
photos using
thumbnail view/ list view.
Delete: To delete the
Rename: To
change
View details: You
photo.
the
can
name
of the
photo.
check the name, size, and date of the
Delete all: Deletes all the
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with MMS.
photo displayed
Thumbnail view/ List view: Select this to
a
photo
photos
and clear out the
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gallery.
photo.
stuff
My
[Menu-7]
Menu-7-2
Sounds
Organised
into 3 folders: Default sounds, Downloaded and MP3/AAC.
Default sounds: Default EMS sounds
the left soft
pressing
listed. You
multimedia message with them,
or a
message
are
or
send
ring tone,
a
text message
delete
or a
them after
or rename
details of them
delete them after
or
set them
as a
ring
are
text
tone after
stored in this folder. You
or
the left soft
pressing
the
ones
stored in the folder. You
are
a
multimedia message with them, set them
MP3/AAC: Default MP3/AAC files,
removable disk
send
key [Options].
Downloaded: Downloaded WAP, EMS sounds
can
can
downloaded
can
set them
the left soft
pressing
as a
key [Options].
using
as a
the
ring tone,
view
key [Options].
Menu-7-3
Applications
Default games: Halloween Fever, Board Mania
Downloaded: Accesses to the downloaded
see
page
applications. (For
more
details,
63.)
Removable disk
Select this
menu
to
use
You need to enter the
Menu-7-4
the removable disk feature
security
code. The
Data transfer: In this menu, you
connecting
the
phone
n Note While you
a
call,
can
following
using
sub
the USB data cable.
menus are
available.
download MP3/AAC files after
to PC with the USB data cable.
are
or use
using
this menu, you cannot make
a
call
or
receive
the PC sync feature.
Format disk: Formats the removable disk.
Memory
status: You
can
check the current memory status.
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Service
Press the Menu
key (
[Menu-8]
)
and select Service
using navigation keys.
Internet
You
Menu-8-1
(Wireless Application Protocol) services such
as banking, news, weather reports and flight information. These services are
specially designed for mobile phones and they are maintained by WAP
service providers.
can access
Check the
various WAP
availability
of WAP services,
pricing
and tariffs with your network
operator and/or the service provider whose service you wish to use. Service
providers will also give you instructions on how to use their services.
Please contact your network
operator
to open your Internet account To
the Web Browser, you must indicate your
number
menu
option (See
To launch the browser in
Once connected, the
service
You
page 48
phone number
for further details.).
homepage
is
via the Own
press and hold down the
standby mode,
displayed.
use
The content
depends
key.
on
the
provider.
can access
any website page
browser at any time, press the
by entering its URL address. To exit the
key. The phone will return to the standby
mode.
Navigating
You
can
with the WAP browser
surf the Internet
using
either the
phone keys
or
the WAP browser
menu.
Using
When
the
phone keys
surfing
Key
the Internet, the
phone keys
function
differently
Description
Scrolls each line of the content
Returns to the
Selects
84
to
previous
options
area
page
and confirms actions
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phone
mode.
Service [Menu-8]
the WAP browser
Using
There
various
are
menu
menu
available when
options
n Note The WAP browser
menus
surfing
the Wireless Web.
depending
may vary,
on
your browser
version.
Home
(Menu-8-1-1)
Connect to
a
the activated
homepage.
profile.
The
It will be defined
defined it in the activated
will be the site which is defined in
homepage
by
the service
provider
profile.
Bookmarks
This
menu
access
at
if you have not
(Menu-8-1-2)
allows you to store the URL of favourite web pages for easy
a
later time. You
can
also create folders and
organise
the
bookmarks in each folder.
To create
a
bookmark
1. Press the left soft
key [Options].
2. Select New bookmark and press the OK
key.
3. Enter the desired URL and title and press the OK
After
creating bookmarks,
the
following options
are
key.
available.
Connect: Connects to the selected bookmark.
Edit: You
can
edit the URL and/or the title of the selected bookmark.
New bookmark: Select this to create
New folder: Select this to create
a new
a new
bookmark.
folder.
Delete: Deletes the selected bookmark.
Your
phone
may have
some
pre-installed
with LG. LG does not warrant
them, you should
use
the
endorse these sites. If you choose to
or
same
bookmarks for sites not affiliated
security
or
content
precautions
as
access
you would
with any site.
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Service [Menu-8]
Push messages
(Menu-8-1-3)
Inbox
You
can
order Push messages from WAP service
messages
contain
and
are
notifications of, for
text message
a
subscription,
update
received.
the address of
or
WAP service. For
a
provider.
Push message every time
Messages
can
be
updated
a new
they
can
availability
Service
providers
can
Push message is
if you have moved them to
even
another folder. When Push messages
headlines and
news
contact your WAP service
existing
an
example,
Push
providers.
expire, they
are
deleted
automatically.
Information: Shows the information of received
Load: Connects to
push
a
site
specific
using
push
messages.
the information in the received
message.
Delete: Deletes the selected
push
message.
Receive
You
can
Access
For
more
Each
choose whether
or
not you wish to receive
push
point
messages.
(Menu-8-1-4)
information, consult your network operator.
access
point
has submenus
Activate: Activates the selected
Settings:
Use this to edit and
as
follows:
access
change
point.
WAP
settings
for the selected
access
point.
Rename: You
can
change
the
Delete: Deletes the selected
Add
new:
You
can
add
name
access
of the
point from
a new access
Delete all: Deletes all the
access
access
point.
the list.
point.
points.
n Note The changes using these options may affect the MMS function.
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Service [Menu-8]
Go to URL
You
connect
can
specific
(Menu-8-1-5)
directly
to the site you want. To do
this, you need
to enter
a
URL.
Cache
settings
The information
memory of the
(Menu-8-1-6)
services you have accessed
or
are
saved in the cache
phone.
Clear cache
Removes all context saved in cache.
Cache check
Set
a
value whether
Security
a
connection
attempt is made through cache
certificates
or
not.
(Menu-8-1-7)
A list of the available certificates is shown.
Reset
profiles
You
reset
can
(Menu-8-1-8)
profiles
to return to
original settings.
WAP information
(Menu-8-1-9)
The WAP browser version is
displayed.
SIM service
Your service
home
Menu-8-2
provider
banking,
can
offer
special application through
stock market, etc. If you
services, the service
name
SIM service menu, your
are
registered
for
SIM card, such
one
will appear at the end of the main
future-proof and
of these
menu.
With the
support additions to
your service provider's service. For further information, contact your service
phone
is
as
will
provider.
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Settings [Menu-9]
Press the Menu
key (
)
and select
Settings using navigation keys.
Sound
Alert
Menu-9-1
(Menu-9-1-1)
type
Select the
incoming
call notification
type from Ring, Vibrate, Silent, Ring &
vib., Ring after vib., Max. ring & vib.
Ring
tone
(Menu-9-1-2)
Select the desired
through
prior
to
the list
making
Message
ring
tone from the list and select the volume level. Scroll
using up/down navigation keys.
a
You
can
hear the desired tone
selection.
tone
(Menu-9-1-3)
Select the alert tone for message
receipt
and the volume level.
Effect tone
(Menu-9-1-4)
Select the desired effect tone. When you press
the
phone
emits the effect tone you set in this
n Note The effect
System
or
open/close
ringing
the
phone,
menu.
sounds, regardless of the alert type.
alert
Set the desired
88
tone
keys
(Menu-9-1-5)
tone when
switching
the
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phone
on/off.
Settings [Menu-9]
Menu-9-2
Display
Main
display
Wallpaper:
screen
in
Select the
standby
wallpaper which
the
using
will be
displayed
keypad.
a
greeting note,
The
greeting
select On. And
note will be
Clock & Calendar: Select the time and date
input
displayed
in
greeting
a
standby
mode.
display type.
call: Select the animation which will be
Incoming
the main LCD
on
mode.
note: To enter
Greeting
note
(Menu-9-2-1)
for
displayed
incoming
calls.
Front
display
Wallpaper:
Greeting
note
(Menu-9-2-2)
Select the
wallpaper which
note: To enter
the
using
keypad.
a
will be
greeting note,
The
greeting
displayed
select On. And
note will be
input
displayed
Backlight
standby/talk
or
time
not the
phone
uses
be achieved
can
the
backlight.
by turning
the
Menu colour
Your
phone provides
scrolling
and
Network
in
a
screen.
greeting
standby
mode.
(Menu-9-2-3)
Use this to select whether
increase in
the front
on
A small
backlight
off.
(Menu-9-2-4)
you with 4
pressing
menu
the left soft
colour themes. Set the
colour
by
key [Select].
(Menu-9-2-5)
name
Select whether the network
menu
name
to be
displayed
when the
phone
is turned
on/off.
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Settings [Menu-9]
Date & Time
This
option
options
are
Menu-9-3
lets you
change
the current time and date
displayed.
The
following
available.
Set date
(Menu-9-3-1)
Use this to enter the
day,
month and year. You
via the Date format
menu
can
change
option.
Date format
(Menu-9-3-2)
YYYY/MM/DD
(year/month/day)
DD/MM/YYYY
(day/month/year)
MM/DD/YYYY
(month/day/year)
Set time
(Menu-9-3-3)
Use this to enter the current time. You
Time format
the date format
menu
can
choose the time format via the
option.
Time format
(Menu-9-3-4)
24 hours
12 hours
Dual clock
You
can
(Menu-9-3-5)
activate the
the desired dual time
phone
hour
You
phone
90
set the
run
dual time clocks. After
selecting On,
select
zone.
Beep every
can
to
(Menu-9-3-6)
to
beep
every hour
by selecting
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On.
Settings [Menu-9]
Menu-9-4
Languages
You
can
select the
When the
display language.
language option
Automatic, the language is automatically selected according
of the SIM card used.
not
supported by
the
will be set if the
English
phone.
language
on
to the
Menu-9-5
passwords
used to
are
to page 23-24 for the various
PIN code
language
the SIM card is
Security
Various
is set to
protect certain features of your phone. Refer
passwords.
(Menu-9-5-1)
request
When the PIN code
request feature is enabled, you
each time you switch the
have your PIN cannot
phone
use
your
on.
Consequently,
phone
without your
must enter your PIN
any person who does not
approval.
n Note Before disabling the PIN code request feature, you
must enter
your PIN.
The
following options
are
available:
Enable: You must enter the PIN each time the
Disable: The
phone
connects
directly
phone
is switched
to the network when you switch it
Phone lock
You
the
can
lock
on.
(Menu-9-5-2)
lock your
phone
on.
phone.
option,
you
Select the desired
are
phone
asked to enter the
lock
option.
security
To
change
code.
] To unlock the phone, press the right soft key and enter the security code.
Change
The
one.
codes
Change
(Menu-9-5-3)
codes feature lets you
You must enter the current
Use this to
change
the
access
change
password
codes:
your current
before you
Security code,
can
password
specify
to
a new
a new one.
PIN1 code, PIN2 code
n Note PIN: Personal Identification Number.
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Settings [Menu-9]
Network
Menu-9-6
The Network feature enables you to indicate whether the network used when
roaming (outside
n Note You
has
your home
can
a
select
valid
is selected: Automatic, Manual, Preferred.
area)
network other than your home network
a
roaming agreement with
phone
provides
for
a
can
GSM
(Menu-9-6-4)
be used
uplink
over
much of the world. The GSM 1800 band
in the range 1850-1910 MHz, and
in the range 1930-1990 MHz. The 1900 MHz
USA. UK networks
This
phone
is
usually
factory-reset
use
900 MHz
or
frequency
1800 MHz
is
or
off, then
on, in order to enable the selected band.
a
GSM downlink
mainly
use
the
in
phone
Menu-9-7
(General
Packet Radio
to be used for
GPRS is
phone
South America, select GSM 1900. Next you must turn the
GPRS
phones
used in the
frequencies.
to the GSM 900/1800 band. To
the USA
GPRS
if it
your home network.
Band selection
Tri-band
only
a
sending
Service)
and
is
a
technology
receiving
data bearer that enables wireless
data
over
access
that allows mobile
the mobile network.
to data network such
as
the Internet.
Before you
can use
GPRS
technology:
You need to subscribe to the GPRS service. For
subscription
to GPRS
service,
availability
contact your network
and
operator
or
service
provider.
You need to
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save
the GPRS
settings
for the
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applications
used
over
GPRS.
Settings [Menu-9]
Attach
(Menu-9-7-1)
If you select Power
phone registers
on
to send and receive
starting
in
a
network that
active
an
sending
packet
supports GPRS, the
short messages will be
data connection, for
example,
e-mail, is quicker. If you select When needed, the phone
GPRS connection
use a
are
to the GPRS network and
done via GPRS. Also,
will
and you
only
if you start
an
application
needs it. The GPRS connection is closed after it is
no
action that
or
longer required by
any
application.
n Note If there is
phone
no
will
GPRS coverage and you have chosen Automatic, the
periodically try
to establish
a
connection.
External device
When you
following
use
six
(Menu-9-7-2)
Internet via GPRS
by using
profiles: Rename, APN,
external device, you
can
set the
IP address, DNS, User ID, and
Password.
Reset
You
can
Menu-9-8
settings
reset your
phone
to its default
configuration.
To do so,
proceed,
as
follows.
1. Select the Reset
2. Enter the
settings
4-digit security
menu
option.
code.
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Q&A
Please check to
if any
see
described here before
which you may have with your
problem
taking
it for service
or
calling
a
service
phone
is
engineer.
Q How do I view the list of outgoing calls, incoming calls and missed calls?
A Press
.
Q How do I view all numbers saved in the memory?
A Press the
right
does not
Q
soft
disappear from
A Check whether you
are
the power and wait for
there is
no
A In certain areas,
ability
to
to
a
A In certain areas,
or
or
service
to
a
to
or
the
the
stability
even
2 minutes before
area
and check
can
see
turning
turn off
it back
on.
again.
areas.
dramatically.
vary
network traffic may affect the
Heavy
of the call.
can
dramatically.
vary
network traffic my affect the
Heavy
ability
of the call.
on.
the
charge
If
when established.
stability
replace
does not turn on,
If you continue to
is not audible in certain
different location.
Try moving
area.
approximately
signal strength
Q LCD does not turn
94
screen.
different location.
Q Connection is poor
A Remove and
a
the
signal strength
connect,
connect,
in
.
relocate to another
change,
Q Connection is poor
Try moving
and then
key
battery
the
and turn
battery
and
on
the power. If the
try again.
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phone
still
Q&A
Q An echo
certain
can
be heard
during
connection with
occurs
electronic
by special properties (semi
in
a
if the volume is too
telephone exchange)
high
or
caused
of the machine
the other end.
Q The phone gets
A
telephone
area.
A It is called 'Echo Phenomenon'. It
on
certain
a
warm.
During long calls, or if camera/games/Internet are used for a long time, the
phone may become hot. This is perfectly normal and has no effect upon the
life of the product or performance.
Q Standby duration of the phone gradually becomes shorter.
A Batteries have
it
limited life. When the
a
requires replacement. Only
use
battery lasts for half its original time,
authorised replacement parts.
Q Usage time of battery becomes shorter.
A If the
battery
time is short, it may be due to the
volume of calls,
or
weak
environment,
or
large
signals.
Q No number is dialled when you recall
a
phonebook entry.
A Check that the numbers have been saved
phonebook
user
correctly, by using
the
Search feature. Resave them, if necessary.
Q You cannot be contacted.
A Is your
phone switched
you accessing the right
barring option?
on
(
pressed
or
PUK code,
A The default lock code is '0000'. If you
phone
dealer. If you
not received such
a
more
than three
cellular network? Have you set
Q I cannot find the lock, PIN,
your
for
code,
forget
or
or
forget
lose
a
password?
or
PIN
lose the lock code, contact
or
PUK code,
contact your network service
F1200 User Guide
an
seconds)? Are
incoming call
or
if you have
provider.
95
Accessories
There
are a
select these
variety
of accessories available for your mobile
according
your local dealer for
to your
communication
personal
phone.
You
requirements.
can
Consult
availability.
Supplied adapter
This
adapter
lets you
charge
the while at home
or
in the office.
Battery pack
Standard
is available.
battery
Hands free ear-microphone and
music player controller combo
Stereo headset
Controller: Answer & End button, music
player
control, volume control, Hold button and
microphone.
After
plug
connecting
the headset and the controller,
the end of controller into the headset
the left side of the
jack
on
phone.
Data cable kit
Connects your
phone
to
a
PC.
USB data cable
] (Removable disk) To download the MP3 to the
phone.
] (PC Sync) To download the ring tones,
wallpaper,
Java games.
] (PC Sync) To manage the phonebook,
scheduler, to-do list,
box
96
on
the PC.
F1200 User Guide
memo
list and message
Accessories
n Note
Always
use
genuine
invalidate your
LG accessories. Failure to do this may
warranty.
Accessories may be different in different
please
check with
further
enquiries.
our
regional
F1200 User Guide
regions:
service company
or
agent for
97
Technical data
General
Product
name:
System:
GSM900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900
Ambient
F1200
Temperatures
Max: +55 C
Min: -10 C
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